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Check coolant temp sensor. If bad, it will make computer think the engine is still cold, causing excessive fuel delivery and flooding. These sensors can be removed and tested (see instructions in shop manual)
hi, I use to have the same problem I had to change engine electrical wires, then I had to change the crank sensor and the module ( destributer ) first let him check the complete wires installation then if they are good let him change the crank sensor
Check your belt on the alternator, it may be slipping, or your alternator bearings may be grabbing causing your alternator to let the belt slide on it. Also check the battery connections, as they maybe corroding and causing interruption of the voltage. Take each connection off one at a time and clean the inside of the clamp with fine grit sand paper or emery cloth. Reclamp.
Do you have a check engine light on? If yes; try to get the code, have someone loan you a scan tool to access the codes. If you do not have a check engine light on it is not a ecm control issue, ie. (cam or crank sensors etc). Suspect the fuel pump. If you are certain it is working ok. Next is to check the coil pack and Ignition module. Look for spark at the plugs. Pull a plug wire and look / listen for spark to jump out the end to bear metal as you spin the engine trying to start it.
it is the large round piece located in the round plastic flex tube that connects to your air filter and the other end to the throttle body,you can do a tap test on this piece,start your car,and tap on the flat part of the MAF sensor,if your car stalls right out it bad,use a screw driver handle to tap with.
The average life of a battery is 3 good years, regardless how BIG, or how it cost. Anything after that is a blessing. Personally, I would replace the battery ASAP, and then with a FULLY CHARGED battery. Then drive, and see if the problem still remains. Hope this helps
could be to many thing to take chances with, but most commonly;fuel filter,gas line antifreeze or a crack in your air intake which would take your vacuum seal away, start with the least expensive and work from their. Worst case scenario pinched fuel line