Question about 1989 Buick Electra
At some point you will need to verify fuel pressure and consider possible failing fuel pump.Early on these can be intermittant causing fuel loss to the injector.key on/engine off cycle will run the pump for 3 seconds.In a quiet place,like an enclosed garage you can listen to the pump running and many times in a failing state,it might sound abnormal,louder and squeelish in a sense which may substantiate this possibility.Other possibilities include air flow meter connected to the air intake tube.These were notorious for cold solder joints inside the electronic board.A tap test is helpfull on this problem.Gently tap the air flow meter and if it creates a miss while doing so,this could certainly be the culprit....good luck
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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