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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sudden shut down
Hmm, this sounds like a electrical problem involving the ignition control module (computer) or the body control module. They may not be bad but they are not getting power. This could be due to one of many connection or relay problems. Unless you know how to diagnose electrical problems yourself, you will need to get it to the shop.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
MAKE SURE KEY IS OFF USE A BUCKET AND TAKE OFF LINES TO THE FILTER YOU WILL LEAK SOME THEN REVERCE THE SAME WAY BACK BUT MAKE SURE THE ARROW IS POINTED TOWARD THE ENGINE ON THE FILTER
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
SOURCE: plymouth reliant k 86'
first check to see if the supintine belt is tight next take the car to a local parts store to have the alternator tested in the car if boyh are good then the powerstearing pump is a possible problem seeings how it shuts off while turning. but its probably a bad belt. if the belt looks good with no cracks thgen tighten the belt(s) and see if it still does it
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
You're right; It sounds like fuel delivery, but start with the simplest suspects first.
Change the fuel filter(s) first, and if this doesn't get it, go for the fuel pump.
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
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