Question about 1991 Chevrolet Camaro
About a monthe ago I drove my car to work and when I came out a couple of hours later it wouldn't start. I finally got it to start, drove to the gas station because I thought that might have been the problem. Made it about 1 minute down the road and the car died. Had the vehicle towed home and the next day it started fine but I didn't drive it. 3 weeks later it started just fine, I ran it in park for 15 minutes and it sounded great. Started driving down the road and as soon as I nailed the gas it died and now will start but dies immediately. About two weeks before this began it died as I was driving then started back up and acted like nothing had happened. I'm thinking fuel filter or crud in the injectors? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Keep it simple and replace the fuel filter first, if thr fiiler has not been replaced within 30,000 miles or 1 year. Then it's a good chance that it's going to be the fuel filter.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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