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87 Octane unleaded

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1989 Chrysler LeBron Turbo hesitates And stalls on


cause may be the coolant temperature sensor, it's signal is used by the computer to meter fuel to the injectors when the coolant sensor goes bad the car will be slow to start the first time and there will be a strong odor of gasoline , turn it off and it starts right up

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1989 Mira Automatic stalls when coming to a stop unless I pull the choke out


Your idle fuel mixture it too lean. What this means is that it is not getting enough fuel at an idle. The most common reason for such problems are either problems with the linkage or vacuum lines or dirt or water in the carburetor. Make sure all your vacuum lines are good and connected, especially the one that goes to your distributor. Unless your fuel system has water in it or has had the filter removed and replaced with a hose, it is unlikely that the problem is the carburetor, unless the car has been sitting for a long time. Check these other things, first. Also, before your pull your carburetor off if these other things are not the problem, make sure your engine ignition has been properly tuned. Ignition problems are the most common problems on gasoline engines.

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What year/model transmissions will fit a 1989 GMC sierra, 2500, 350 engine, 2-wheel drive? Thanks


A.T., VIN model "C" (4x2), TH400, 6 cyl
A.T., VIN model "C" (4x2), TH400, 8 cyl, 8-305 (5.0L)
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}A}}400}466496" type="radio" name="userInterchange" />A.T., VIN model "C" (4x2), TH400, 8 cyl, 8-379 (6.2L, diesel)
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A.T., VIN model "K" (4x4), TH400, 6 cyl
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What petrol should i use in my 1989 citi sport golf? Lead replacement or unleaded fuel? Thanks


Unleaded is recommended for this car but it is compatible with LRP since it has no catalytic converter.
I am asuming you are in South Africa? Have a look at the NAAMSA fuel compatibility database.

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Hey, i have a 1989 ranger of six cilinders, my problem i think is at the gasoline pump, because the truck sometimes catches and sometimes not, the engine stumbles and then off, some things make me...


I don't think the fuel pump is causing your problem.

The engine stumbling and then going off has to do with an engine problem.

Can you tell me if there are any codes or service engine soon light being lit?

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1989 ford f350 diesel 7.3 will start with starting fluid but wont stay running


Never, ever use starting fluid in your diesel.

Taken from the Owners Manual - Diesel Supplement:

Do not crank the engine for more than 30 seconds at a time as starter
damage may occur. If the engine fails to start, turn the key to OFF and
wait 30 seconds before trying again.
Do not use starting fluid such as ether in the air intake system (see Air
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1. Make sure all vehicle occupants have buckled their safety belts. For
more information on safety belts and their proper usage, refer to Seating
and safety restraints chapter in the owner guide.

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I need to know how many wires go to a 1989 ford econoline fuel pump with a 460 efi engine


I suggest check this wiring diagrams for code color wires...


1989 5.0L & 5.8L & 7.5L ENGINE SCHEMATICS

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1989-91 CHASSIS (GASOLINE)SCHEMATICS

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1989-91 CHASSIS (DIESEL) SCHEMATICS

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1989 audi 200 low gas mileage at 10 mph


Just a silly question...how much driving do you do that is at 10mph? Most times this is less than 5%...so if everything else is fine why be concerned? As far as the why of it, you could have a slight vacuum leak or any number of sensors that are very slightly out of range, not enough to cause a problem, but enough to change mileage expectations. The addition of ethanol to our fuel has also impacted fuel mileage...The dirty little secret about any alcohol fuel is that nearly twice the amount of alcohol is necessary in order to produce the same energy output of gasoline...which will definitely lower mileage. Some power can be "recovered" by increasing compression ratios and changing engine timing (advance)...However today's vehicles are calibrated and built to burn gasoline and cannot without, major mods, be made to use anything but. Alternative fueled vehicles make a compromise in these areas but a compromise is just that.

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