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1992 s-10 stalls while driving, I just replaced the coil and the coil wire but no luck.

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Check your relays. if a relay is failing they will usually get hot due to too much resistance and shut off, shutting off what ever system they power: ignition, fuel pump, computer

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not the chain or it would not be running at all
I would be looking at an incorrect coil or igniter in the distributor
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Last tune up? Vacuum leaks? Fuel Filter? If you have never replaced the coil then suspect its original, same with ignition wires and the rest.
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Could be fuel filter, fuel pump, air filter, coil, spark plugs, plugged catalitic converter, injectors or a host of other things. Start with the simple things like air filter, see if its dirty, then fuel filter especially if it has not been changed for many miles. Check battery connections, ground wires from body to motor and ground wire from battery to motor and body

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Stalled while driving, now will not start and run.


check with inline spark tester between the coil and the plug wires for fire. also check the sparkplugs for a fouled out condition. if all checks out then check the coil with ohm meter. unplug the ignition wire connector from the coil. there should be 3 terminals on the coil. connect the ohm meter to the center pin and the other to either outside pin to check primary resistance. then using the ohm meter check the secondary resistance by connecting one end of ohm meter one tower on coil and the other end of ohm meter across to the opposite side of coil to check resistance. primary resistance--0.95- 1.20 ohms secondary resistance-- 11,300 to 13,300 ohms. if it does not check out then replace the coil.

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Make sure carb float isn't loose or sinking on you. This might not be it,but I've had that happen,flooding engine.
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Sounds like your coil is going out. when they get hot they will go out and when they cool back down they will work normally again. If you replace the coil you will be good to go. Thanks for using FixYa and good luck!

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I personally would check the fuel pressure. Then I would go back to the coil. I have seen brand new bad coils out of the box. The symptoms of a loss of power point to this component, especially if the car idles well, but loses power when accelerating. Please do not rate this reply - we all are left to grasp at straws since you have changed pretty much everything. Good Luck. Please post the final fix of the problem.

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