Hey Andrea==Make sure the fuel pump has preasure. If it doesn't have spark check the ignition module GoodluckJoe Answer Good question! I have an 87 doing the same thing. Seems to happen more when the vehicle is up to operating temp. Mine is TBI, and when this happens, neither of the two injectors fire. I have replaced nearly everything under the sun, but have yet to find the problem. To give you an idea, I have replaced the fuel pump, both injectors, fuel regulator, fuel filter, dist. cap & rotor, plugs, wires, all vaccum hoses, egr, o2, tps, egr sel., ignition pickup, coil, iac valve, the pcm, and the distributor... there are other items I cannot recall right off the top, but I still face the problem. My frustration is out the roof. I am looking into a bad ground, possible bad prom or calpak, but I am grasping for straws now.
Most likely culprit is the fuel pump. Any mechanic can check the fuel pressure in under 10 minutes and shouldn't charge more than 20 bucks to check it for you. You can also buy a fuel pressure gauge from any auto parts store and check it yourself. Simply Google fuel pressure check for your vehicle and you should get plenty of guides showing you how to check this.
A sticky brake caliper could do that.
There are a few things that could cause an 87 Chevy Astro to idle high when it is started and warmed up. It could be a bad fuse, a leak in the vacuum, or an issue with the throttle.
sounds like bearings in the differntial
The fuel shut off switch could have tripped, reset it if it has.
There could be a few reasons why a 2000 Chevy Impala shuts off while driving. There could be a problem with the fuel pump, a bad spark plug, or even a loose battery cable.
I changed mine i have a 1993 astro van the fuel pump is inside the gas tank if your handy with tools u could do it yourself just drop the tank and unscrew the cap on tank and there it is
It could be electical like a fuse, but I had a problem on my 2000 Astro that was caused by a rubber vaccuum line that was split. I replaced it for about 2 bucks and it corrected the problem. Hope this helps
yes, they are in the distributor. Take the cap off, remove the rotor and there it is. The problem could be a bad coil
check the battery
might be the thermostat stuck shut The radiator and cooling system could be low on coolant
It could be the coolant overflow tank that is leaking.
Could be a plugged up fuel filter.
check the power steering fluid, also check to see if the belt is on
fuel pump, carby,
Could be a fuel delivery problem like a plugged fuel filter.
I have a 2003 Chevy venture. Mine was doing this and it ended up being the wheel bearing.
Could be low tire pressure or bad end links. Hope you are asking about a Chevy Trailblazer!
Could be spark in the motor, or the distributor and rotor need to be replaced.
It could be a lot of different things, To be able to help you better need the year and engine size.
could be a bad fuel pump.
Assuming that a paper-jam hasn't stalled the printer, is there a good cable connection. It could also be that there is a queue of data waiting to reach the printer. Try canceling the queue and restart the printer.
A broken serpentine belt.
i have a 94 cad fleet does the same thing have changed the distriuter and coil and it still does it iam at loss will never by again unreliable
depending on your driving, it could increase up to 4 or 5 mpg. But gas mileage will be determined by driving style.