It is most likely the fuel relay, which is located in the fuse box under the hood.If not itcould be a number of simple things : the car needs a tune up, the fuel pump, even check and make sure it is getting air. All of these are a good idea to check out!
A 1994 Cadillac Deville that has an engine surging problem and is stalling out can indicate it is not getting enough fuel. The fuel filter may be clogged.
Quit trying to start my Ford Ranger! Is your Ranger cranking slow (low battery), not cranking (dead battery, bad starter), cranking good but not getting gas (clogs, no gas in tank, bad fuel pump), not getting spark (plugs, wires, coil), or what?
First you need to give a little more info.Will engine crank or not, is engine getting fuel.
Is it getting gas? Spark? Did you pump the gas pedal while you were starting/cranking the motor?
Most likely it is the front axle joint
Is this a Northstar 4.6? if so.....I have never found a petcock on one. There is a threaded plug on drivers side at bottom.....good luck getting to it while in car.
Is your battery getting weak ?
It tells you how much gas you have left and app. what gas mileage you are getting. ALSO If you hold down the leftmost and rightmost button at the same time, the Cadillac will tell you it's engine oil life in percentage form!
Possible timing belt jump?? Sorry, Mark
It is related to a ride control problem. The cars computer is going to limit your speed to 90 mph due to a malfunction in the ride control system.
You probably don't have compression in one or both of your rotors. Perform a compression test to verify.