Question about 1990 Buick Estate
Have an old 88 Buick Wagon that gets about 33 mpg on the highway, so don't want to give up on just yet. Recently it's been stalling after deceleration. After stall the engine briefly (less than a second) starts, but then runs very rough and doesn't respond to the throttle. When attempting to restart it will occasionally make a "muffled pop" noise under the hood. Never seem to have the issue when starting the car cold, but once it stalls it has to cool off for a long time before it will succesfully start again. I've been told it might have something to do with the TPS. Any insight would be very much appreciated.
out ur fuel filters, theymay have trash in them, especially if u ran it low
in gas..it may also be the fuel pump going out, check out the filters
Posted on May 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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