you should check the crank sensor and ignition modual
that means you can start getting to know lumina .
I have a 93 Corsica and had this problem. 1. crank sensor 2 ignition modual 3. main brain. Ck codes at a shop. Some will do this for free.
The security system has activated. Wait 30 minutes and try it again with the right key.
If your saying it dies and won't start for an hour or so then its might be your crankshaft positioning sensor. its what was wrong with mine.
My 1990 Lumina 3.1 had the same problem and it was caused by the crank sensor.
I had a similar problem turns out the Alternator was bad.
Speaking as a dad - who is sometimes wrong - Apologise, and acknowledge that you were wrong. Let him know (a) why you were wrong, and (b) what made you realise that he is right. This is the start of a better relationship for both of you.
There is nothing wrong with the motor there is something wrong with the switching circuits
The word is 'wrong'. Wrong is right if spelt wrong and if wrong is spelt right it is still wrong
Restate your hypothesis and whether it is right or wrong.
That's an interesting philosiphy but...... its wrong ! If something is right it is right . If something is wrong it is wrong but who is saying what is wrong and who is saying what is right ?_________________________________________ _______________________Although you said what is right so ... hey its just wrong okay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!_______________________________________________________________It is wrong.The above statetment is wrong when you read it rightly while it is right when you read it wrongly.
Because it's so right, that it needs to start giving wrong answers eventually.
Get a new battery, mine was doing the same thing. No matter how charged it is, youll still need a new one.
Try looking at replacing the crankshaft position sensor, i had a similar problem with my 92 lumina and i traced it back to a bad crank sensor.
It is up to you. There really is no answer to this but to decide by yourself. No one is right or wrong so if someone says you are wrong just say that it is their opinion and don't start a fight.
your float could be stuck
The built in security system thinks someone is trying to steal the car. Remove key, walk away and try again in about 30 minutes with the right key, it should reset itself.
There are varying opinions on right and wrong but most societies have a similar view on right and wrong.
Yes any camshaft can break if something goes wrong.
If it is an automatic transmission it is most often the torque converter that will cause the jerking motion of the car.. another way to tell is the car will start to die when you come to a stop.AnswerI had the same problem in my 93 lumina euro... it's most likely the fuel pump. AnswerMy 92 Chevy lumina did the exact same thing, it turned out to be my crank sensor, and crack sensor wiring.
I think the Mother of the baby disowns it, correct me if I'm wrong.
The answer is "wrong." Because if you say the word "right," it's incorrect because the answer is "wrong." But if you say the word "wrong," you are correct because the answer is "wrong."