Question about 1987 Buick Century
It seems that it only does it in warm weather. Last year I had a shop look at it and they told me it may be the fuel pump but they were not sure without tearing it apart. Would the fuel pump only make the car stall during warm weather?
It is possible but unlikley. I would see what you are loosing/ spark/ fuel pressure first. I would not tear it appart until you have a better idea of what is going away. Usually something to look at would be the ignition module and crank sensor because they can both be affected by temprature. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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