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I have a 1994 Chevy Cavalier (3.3 V6) that stalls when engine gets warm. Everything cuts out and after waiting a few minutes it fires right up. At no time does the check engine light come on so a OBD1 decoder won't read anything. Does any one have a suggestion?

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Check spark plugs
Check Wires
Check distributor cap (even a hairline crack would cause this)
Fuel pump make sure the pump is working properly.

Without visual inspection of your car its hard to narrow it down but checking these things will shore up the problem. Remember I do not know what you tried so its not listed here so my suggestions are listed above.

Even know the engine light does not come on does not mean that the computer does not retain the information about the problem and it would take you bringing it into the shop and running it on a treadmill with the computer attached.

Thanks and please rate accordingly :)


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