Question about Oldsmobile 88
Drove car to Meijer came back out and wouldn't start, got it back to the house didn't hear fuel pump whine so replaced the pump and filter drove for a week and all of a sudden started to lose power and stalled,then wouldn't start. What should i check after checking the fuel pressure?
The injectors may have gotten dirty from changing the fuel pump and filter. Also check for water in the fuel system. It may not be fuel related at all.check plugs ,coils ,wires to see if they need replacing. Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Possibly faulty ignition module is the problem, stalls when engine is hot when you sit for a while it cools off and runs again until it heats up again, those are usually the symptoms of a bad ignition module and after a while it may give out all together and not run at all, usually if the module is at fault it shuts down the fuel pump so the engine don't load up with fuel, do to when engine continuously cranks over the injectors never stop squirting fuel and flood the engine do to lack of spark which is produced by the module, this could possibly be your problem.
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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