Question about 1994 Buick Park Avenue
Acts like its not getting fuel
Posted by Anonymous on
Actually in most cases on these GMs with the 3.8, it's because they're not getting any spark, and also cause the engine to become flooded with fuel, so even harder to startup. Most 3.8s from GM had a defect with the crank pulley which caused it to come apart and loose the tooth ring and hinder the crank position sensor which is needed for the ECU to calculate when it needs to fire the plugs. I've seen this time and time again. So first place to check is the crank pulley and crank position sensor for damage and/or wear and tear. If everything seems fine on that end, message me back and we'll try a few other things.
Posted on May 09, 2014
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