Question about 1997 Buick.5 Regal
I had the exact same problem and after changing all the sensors in the engine it still didnt fix the problem So i focused on the fuel system and did a fuel pressure test and found that my fuel pressure regulator was the problem. I found this to be a common problem and if you dont have any check engine lights on then i would go this route the price of the regulator ranges anywhere from 45-95 dollars depending where you buy it.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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