Question about 1985 Buick Skylark
I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM ON MY 97 LE SABRE 3.8 LITTER . IT WAS THE FUEL PRESSURE REGULATOR! AFTER YOU CAR RUNS, THEN STALLS . OPEN YOUR HOOD AND TAKE THE VACUUM HOSE OFF THE FUEL PRESSURE REGULATOR. IF GAS POURS OUT OF THE VACUUM HOSE AND REGULATOR, THE REGULATOR IS BAD! EASY TO CHANGE! ALL YOU NEED IS A SNAPRING PLIERS! I FOUGHT THIS PROBLEM FOR ALONG TIME AND READING.! IT MADE SENSE AFTER I THOUGHT ABOUT IT. IT WAS GIVING ME NO BAD ELECTRICAL CODES! WHY BECAUSE IT WAS A VACUUM LEAK! WE FORGET ABOUT THE BASICS SOMETIMES WITH ALL THE FANCY ELECTRICAL GADGETS THAT WE HAVE NOW!! HOPE THIS SOLVES YOUR PROBLEM! PART WAS ONLY $45.00 TOO!! CRAIG
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
Check the module and / or all wiring going to module that may be covered in plastic as this will sometimes become hot and melt causing a short.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
The emissions controls unit, the voltage regulator, vacuum lines, head gasket, his habit of driving into solid objects or lack of analytical inclination?
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
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