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This car starts nicely after it has sit for a while but as soon as the temperature gauge starts to move it will stall and then it wont start until it cools back down.
Have you figured out if you are loosing fuel or spark when it fails to start ? You'll need to know which system is acting up to proceed.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your fan is the problem...it's not turning fast enough to cool the engine off. I need more info on what type of fan you have....elec fan or a clutch fan?
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
sounds like it could be a fuel injector shorting out. have to get it hot, pull off the plenum and check the resistance in each injector. if any injector has bad resistance, replace it. when an injector shorts out on these particular vehicles, it shorts out the whole injection circuit. and when it cools off the resistance goes back up and it will run ok. i think the correct resistance should be about 13 ohms.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
Sounds like an electronic that controls ignition or fuel is getting heat soaked and failing intermittently. The ignition module would be where i look first. You could try locating it, starting the engine and using a blow dryer, heating it up. If it stalls once it gets hot from the blow dryer you've found the culprit.
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
SOURCE: 1993 Chevy lunimina Broke down
I don't want to seem like a smart ****, but the blown fuses were telling you that something with the component that it was protecting is going bad. So changing the fuse the first time was a go idea, the second time was not. It told you, that something was failing and you refused to pay attention.
But at least you know which fuse blew, so now all you have to do is find out what it was protecting and replace it or what feeds it.
Posted on Aug 28, 2011
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