Question about 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser
I have a 2005 PT Cruiser Turbo. I run the car down the freeway about 50 or so miles and the engine acts like it's starving for fuel. When this happens and I stop and top off the fuel tank (with cool gas from the pump), it acts like it cools the pump and it runs great for 50 or so miles again. Around town it runs great. I had a similar problem on a Ford pickup and finally changed the fuel pump and it fixed it. That is my next step. I was wondering if anyone else is having this problem and maybe another fix. Thanks.
Has Neon do same, I ran fuel at low level, on hot day, ran engine until it started to act up & threw a fuel pressure gauge on it. Was at approx 5 psi. Cold next morning, 48-50 psi. Always hot day about 30-40 miles into work in morning, o.k. Sit in hot sun all day & would happen 3-4 times on way home. Sit and let cool, 20 minutes or so & go again for a while. Cool day, no problem. Change pump I would.
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