Question about 1995 Chevrolet Lumina
The first and only free things you can do iare to check every single vacuum hose on the engine for cracks and disconnects. Next, unplug and plug back in every connector on every sensor, checking for any corrosion on contacts. also check all fuses. Most larger parts stores will also do computer code tests free. It may also help to replace the fuel filter as there is no easy test for that and it isn't really that expensive. If you find nothing, you will need a chiltons or haynes manual and a decent multi-meter. (both should be under $50)
Follow the test instructions and check all sensors etc.
Unless it turns out to be a strange pervasive problem that defies logic (I think those are factory options on some cars) You should be able to solve this...
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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