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After car warms up and stops wants to cut off

Have a 1999 Suzuki Esteem GL wagon 1.8L, 114,000 miles. Start up cold first 30 minuetes, car runs great. Acceleration, after engine warms up in stop and go traffic, the car will spudder a bit and ****.Give it gas and then will resume acceleration. At times when stopping, it will want to cut off or will die.Recently had tune up,cleaned throttle plate/fuel system(injectors)cleaned.Spark plugs changed/PCV replaced throttle body cleaned. Still having problem and engine temperature is normal,but engine or maybe its the coolant fan comes on.Also had Ignition control valve cleaned. Narrowing down the symptoms. Need some other solutions.Fuel pump? Oxygen sensor?ECU? Help K

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  • marionbagget May 11, 2010

    You can get the error code. Many auto pats stores will loan a meter to read them. Try Advance Auto, NAPA, AutoZone etc.

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Sounds like you need a fuel pump. If its the original with114,000 miles then replace it.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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