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I had just the same problems with my 93- Park Avenue. The mecanic man found leaks on the supply hoses from the compressor and repleced the hoses. Easy job. I have resently replaced my struts and that helpt even more.
CHECK FUEL PRESSURE SOON AS ENGINE STALL OUT.IF FUEL PRESSURE SHOULD BE 41 - 47 PSI. IF NOT OR PRESSURE ZERO OR LOWER FUEL PUMP FAULTY.FIRST REPLACE FUEL PUMP RELAY AND CHANGE FUEL FILTER SEE IF ENGINE STILL STALL OUT.IF FUEL PRESSURE OKAY HAVE CAR CODE SCAN FOR FAULTY CRANKSHAFT SENSOR OR FAULTY CAMSHAFT SENSOR.
fuel pressure regulator!! located onear the fuel rail. next time after it stops , pull the vacuum line off the fuel pressure regulator. if gas comes out the vacuum line its the regulator. easy to fix , only need a snapring pliers. part is about $50 bucks.. richie
Well, don't think that the new fuel pump can't be a problem, but in this case I your pressure regulator valve is leaking off. One good way to test it is when the engine is running unplug the vacuum line on it and see if the rpm's drop any if they don't. That would be probably be your problem...oh it is located on your fuel rail...have fun.