Question about 2000 Rolls Royce Silver Seraph
I would fill it up with fuel and see if the problem persists. It could be an issue with the fuel pump and low fuel. On the up hill it could have tilted far enough that it wasn't able to pick up gas. It is actually best to never go under a 1/4 tank. It keeps the fuel pump cooler by being surrounded by gas instead of just air.
Posted on May 20, 2011
The engine in this car is electronically controlled fuel injection, whenever a problem like this occurs the very first thing that must be done is to have the system computer control module (called the PCM) tested for fault codes, if nothing shows there then other testing will be required based on the symptoms, these include fuel pressure testing and ignition system diagnose on a ignition system analyzer.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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