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I have a 1985 cutlass supreme and when i start it up it starts but when i put it in drive it doesnt stay crunk it dies almost imediatley

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Check fuel pump

Posted on Feb 25, 2011

  • antoneishawi Feb 25, 2011

    no check the carburator must be bad or going bad

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