Question about 1994 Chevrolet Lumina APV
Chech the ignitoin module in the distributor...if it has a distributor. if not could be a coolant temp sensor reading wrong and flooding the engine, sorry but i cant remember of you car has a distributor or not. might also be worth 25$ to have a code reader hooked up or buy your own...there are lots of sensors and it is much cheaper to find the wright one with a reader rather than process of elimination.
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