Question about 1989 Buick Regal
Engine starts but misses and dies out
A fault code reader would be a huge help in diagnosing general
problems. It plugs in under left side dash and gives specific failure
codes (this is what mechanics use).
You can buy an OBD-I code reader (for cars before 96) online for $79.95 or a OBD-II which reads all cars from 1996 on. It will also reset faults or engine trouble lights.
You may want to check your fuel pressure with a gauge.
or do a simple Fuel pump test:
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