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ENGINE START THEN DIES FUEL FILTER STOPPED UP OR FUEL CONTAMINATED WITH WATER BAD PLUGS AND WIRES FAULTY FUEL INJECTOR..CHECK FOR VACUUM LEAKS AT INTAKE MANIFOLD.LOOK FOR LEAKING VACUUM HOSES.CHECK PCV VALVE.IT SHOULD RATTLE WHEN YOU SHAKE IT IF NOT REPLACE IT..SCAN VECHICLE WITH CODE SCANNER LOOK FOR FAULT CODES LIKE EGR VALVE STUCK OPEN.OR FAULTY IDLE SPEED CONTROL.
first lets start by making sure that it has had proper maintanance including with the air filter and progressing to a full tune up,can you remember the last time this was done?if not stop here and tune it up.
if it recieves proper maintanance then have the fuel pressure checked followed by the timing.if this does not work then you will either have a defective egr valve or a vacuum leak. hope this helps
COULD BE FAULTY IDLE SPEED CONTROL.STOPPED UP FUEL FILTER.STUCK OPEN PVC VALVE OR EGR VALVE.COULD BE DEAD OR BAD PLUG OR PLUGS ALSO FAULTY FUEL INJECTOR WILL CAUSE TO DIE.THIS IS A LIST OF POSSIBLE CAUSES.
It sounds (based on your description) like there is a Fuel problem:
1. Check the fuel pressure at the port on the Fuel Rail. Check especially when operating at higher RPM's than at idle or stop. At these levels there is enough gas being provided to keep the engine going. At higher RPM's the Pressure/Volume may not be enough causing the stalling.
2. When was the last time the Fuel Filter was changed? Change this and check operation before moving onto to #3.
3. The Fuel Pump. If the Fuel Pressure and Volume at the Fuel Port is falling at higher RPM's and the Fuel Filter did not help: It sounds like the Fuel Pump is failing. These will fail especially after they warm-up. This problem (losing power and dying) will happen more and more frequently and the Fuel Pump will eventually die all together.
You have to replace the Fuel Filter when you install a new Fuel Pump - it is part of the warranty.
4. The Fuel Injectors: If the Fuel Pressure/Volume at the Fuel Rail is fine, then it is not the Fuel Filter or the Fuel Pump. The problem is "downstream". It may be the electrical aspect of the Fuel Injectors or the mechanical side of the Fuel Injectors themselves. Check each Fuel Injector for correct voltage. If the voltage is correct - Pull and replace that corresponding Fuel Injector. I actually recommend: if you have to replace more that one Fuel Injector - go ahead and replace them all.
is the temp getting hots? if so check for water leaks including core plugs you dont want the head gasket to go, if its not this check fuel line going to carbie to make sure its not near any hot surfaces, if all ok probably **** been sucked from tank and getting stuck in carby
Float is stuck in carburetor needle and seat probably stuck open remove the top of carbCheck for dirt in the float bowl spray clean with carb cleaner try turning over the motor and see if fuel stops when bowl is 2/3 rds full if not clean again and make sure you have a in-line fuel filter installed also.
yes it can but you may have a coolant temp sensor acting up which causes the computer to open the injectors to much which can also cause this 02 sensor code. when it stalls do u have spark and fuel pressure.