Question about 1995 Buick Riviera
Sounds like a problem with the fuel supply either a blocked filter or more likely a failing/failed pump. Park somewhere quite and put ignition to position 2 (not starting position). Listen at the open fuel cap and mid way down the car and then under the hood. It should be possible to hear both the tank lift pump and the main pump running.
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First off, is a check engine lite on,if so do you know the codes?It does have a cam sensor,the cam sensor malfunction gives a code reading,in general fuel probs do not give a code this is done bymanually checking fuel press ect....the module does give specific codes as well...I have seen a cam sensor give the prob. you list, BUT TEST BEFORE YOU BUY,you can get your own codes from the a.l.d.l connector,under dash...take a coated jumper wire and push one end into the g .circuit ,the other into the b terminal and watch the lite flashig in the dash,,ie, 2 flashes...pause then 4 flashes is an example....wilf
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