MY PROBE HAS A PROBLEM OF KEEP RUNNING, FOR A LONG TIME IT WOULD RUN GREAT WHEN I START IT IN THE MORNING,.... NOT ALL THE TIME, BUT A LOT OF TIMES.....IT WILL DIE AT THE TOP OF A HILL WHEN I COME TO A STOP OR VERY SLOW MOVEMENT.NOW IT WON'T START AT ALL, IT TURNS OVER GOOD, BUT DOES NOT RUN, OR KEEP RUNNING,... MY BROTHER SAID IT MIGHT BE THE FUEL PRESSURE REGULATOR, SO I BOUGHT IT AND PUT IT ON AND HAS NOT CHANGED A THING... WHAT SHOULD I CHECK NEXT, OR WHAT SOUNDS LIKE THE PROBLEM MAY BE?
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Look at the bypass resistor and the ignition switch. Both can cause the problem Also look at the pressure regulator for the fuel rail. Take the small wire off the starter solenoid so you can hear the fuel pump without cranking the engine. If the pump runs fast at first then slows down ..it's ok If it runs fast all the time check the pressure regulator.
There is some very wrong information here. Do not remove the cap or mess with the rotor! As someone else said, go to probetalk.com jumper the t/en test point to ground to disable the automatic timing adjustment - after that it's pretty standard procedure.
If it starts and runs, but then dies putting in gear or accelerating, check the thick ribbed rubber air intake hose between the throttle body and the air cleaner. Look for a crack in the ribs of the hose and replace if necessary. Common issue
Sounds like you need to check your vaccum lines for a leak. This is easy to do. Buy a can on carburator cleaner and with a friends help keep the car running as you spray your vaccum lines with the carburator cleaner one by one. If you have a leak it will **** the cleaner into the lines and cause the vehicle to stall out. Replace the line if this happens and continue checking all lines until all bad lines are replaced.