fuel pump or the ignition module needs to be replaced
Check to see if your vehicle jumped timing.
you might want to check for a blown head gasket or a cracked head or block. espically if it loosing water out of the radiator with out leaking on the ground.
It could be defective...hope you got a warranty
bleed the brakes. check fluid level
a lot of 3.1 engines do this, if it is not severe then it should be ok...
It needs the attention of a gunsmith.
Check condition of ignition coil. Replace if bad.
Check the crank sensor. I had a 98 cirrus that wouldn't start and that was the problem
Try an engine heater or an oil heater. These are both inexpensive.
Simply because they have no way of storing energy for later use. They use what energy they get almost instantly, so it has to be constantly replaced.
Did you change the fuel filter?
The sensor (or the computer) is shot. Must be replaced to fix it.
Could be you need diagnostics reset or catalytic converter on the way out
Check the starter, spark plugs, distributer cap, battery.
check the bulb again, are BOTH filaments good
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Try changing the CRANK SHAFT Position Sensor.
replace the fuel float inside the gas tank.
make sure the small wire is hook to the post
theyre maybe an air bubble in the block causing it to overheat,or it could also be a bad water pump
Check plug wires May need to be replaced
maybe ignition modual