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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2004 cavalier fuel problem?
Please call me its easier to explain on the phone, in the mean time try something easy hit the fuel pump on thebottom with a brick or rock then have someone listen to the fill neck of the tank for the two second "buzz" as soon as you turn on the ignition, has this vehicle been run way way low on fuel many times or the fuel filter neglected to been changed at the 15,000 miles interval?
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Posted on Aug 24, 2008
Hello, It could be ele. If you have ran cheap fuel in it and it has sit for a while, I would clean gas tank,lines, carb again, and run prem gas in tank.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
Hello, I would start first, make sure ex pipe is open . Then I would check the pick up coil, ohms should be 390-590 on a 300 KLF. Do this test before u start the bike Then start the bike and when it quits running check the pick up coil ohms. If good move on to the coil, If good then I would say good chance CDI is bad I hope this helps
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
well the first part of your question i was all ready to tell you to put a new fuel pump in, now not so sure, there is a relay for fuel pump, can you hear pump cycle and relay click? relay under hood you will have to listen close they don't run long maybe a couple secounds, if you don't relay bad. if you do pump could be bad, do fuel pressure test pump could be weak. don't think sunroof and turn signals are related, but stranger things have happend.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
Well you didn't specify what kind of motor it is just that it's a 1994. If it runs when you use starting fluid but dies then the problem has to be fuel. I'm assuming you've changed the fuel filter. I'm not sure what kind of an engine you're talking about here but if it hasn't been run for two years and it has a carburetor the float could be stuck. If it is stuck in the up position this would block fuel from entering the carburetor. Check it, the fuel filter and the line coming from the tank and trace the fuel supply all the way to the engine from the tank.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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