Question about 1992 Buick Park Avenue
It sounds like it may be a fuel filter. When the engine is running there is a vacuum created to send fuel to the engine. If there is dirt in the fuel line, it soon blocks the fuel and the engine will die. After the car sits and the vacuum is released, the fuel will flow again until it soon plugs up. Replace your inline filters. It is an inexpesinve fix. If that doesn't work, it may be the in tank filter, you will need a mechanic to replace in tank filters.
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