Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Am
We filled the car up 2 days ago and only took one close distance trip since then. while driving the car sputtered and then shut down and will not restart. i tried various security methods like turning the car to "on" for 15 mins and "off" for 5 and then start. it will start up but now is acts like the fuel will not reach the engine to stay on. we tried a spray bottle with fuel in it and sprayed in the intake valve and the car will stay started, but as soon as we stop spraying the car shuts down. what gives? is there an emergency fuel shut off?
Well, something is blocking your fuel line, try replacing the fuel filter and clean the fuel pump, rust might be blocking it. if you have time try draining your fuel tank too then get rid of the rusts. this will surely help
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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