Question about 1999 GMC Safari
It's the crankshaft position sensor, most likely bad. I just had the same problem, replaced the fuel pump, filter, plugs and wires, as soon as I replaced that fired right up. The part is around $50 and it's located under the vehicle, passenger side.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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