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1990 chevy Lumina car will start and immediatly shunt down ignition switch replaced one year ago

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  • albertinomu Apr 24, 2010

    tried your suggestions to no avail. The car orginally stopped and would restart for a moment before stopping again. Now however it will not start at all. fuel pump has already been replaced to no avail.

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Replace the ignition module,the run mode in the module has gone out,just the start/run is working in the module

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Hi,
Have you checked/cleaned the TPS? That is definitely one thing you want to check. Also have you ever reset the computer? It is tricky to do on the 1990's. Had same problem with 1990. Cleaned out TPS, IAC, and throttle body, reset computer and it ran like a champ. Once I have more information I can assist you further.
Thank you,
Lee

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