Question about 1998 Chevrolet Lumina
Hi, the first thing you need to do is when it stops, go under the hood and remove the ignition coil wire from the coil. Now crank the engine and look for spark. If you don't have spark then you need to look at the ignition system. Things it could be are...module,coil,pick up coil. If you have spark then check to see if you have fuel,do this by spraying some carb cleaner into the intake manifold and then try to start the engine. If it sounds like if trys to run then you have a fuel system problem. The fuel pump is the most common thing here.
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