It Could Be Several Things But From Your Question I Would Check To See If You Are Getting Gas To The Injectors. Turn The Key On & Off Several Times With The Hood Raised You Should Find A Pressure Test Port ( Looks Like A Tire Valve ) After Turning Key On & Off Several Times Press Valve Open +++ Gasoline Should Spray Out Strong. If Not You Could Be Out Of Fuel, Pump Bad & Yes Filter Stopped Up. Most Likely Pump Not Running Due To Being Burned Out Or Fuse. Have Good Mechanic Test. Best To You
your alero wil start stalling and eventually stop..
I have a 2003 Alero While it sits in the sun for hours it will not start up and when the sun goes down it will start what could be the problem
battery is shot?
Does the new pump run? if yes then is there spark at the plugs? also did you replace the fuel filter?
Could be several reasons. Start with checking the basics like fuel and spark. If you're losing spark it could be a bum ignition module or a bad crank sensor. If you're not losing spark, check fuel related issues like a plugged/dirty fuel filter then if the fuel filter checks ok have a fuel pressure test done. Even a bad MAF (Mass Air Flow) sensor could do that. Also, have the ECM checked for codes.
Every 50,000 miles, is not easy to do, you have to take out the pan under the car at the left side. Remplace the filter and the gasket... be sure before start to buy the filter kit, around $22 dollars.
It could, a plugged fuel filter can cause a hard/no start.
The fuel filter could cause a start and stall. Other causes could include the fuel pump, computer, various sensors, and ignition system.
it could be a bad fuel filter and fuel pump
what if he gas is going to the engine but the car want start?
Could be as simple as a very dirty fuel filter. I would start with replacing the fuel filter.
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Try getting a new fuel filter.
First of all- the stupid question- have you put more gas in it? Secondly, I had a car run out of gas and then wouldn't start and it was because the fuel filter clogged, so no gas was making it to the engine. You may need to replace the fuel filter. Not sure if that is it or not, but the best guess I've got.
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Could be many things but a plugged up fuel filter is where I would start.
It probably won't start
Most likely the fuel filter is plugged up from gas tank sediment. Change the filter.
It depends on how blocked the filter is. It could be blocked enough that it won't let the vehicle run at high speed, but still allows enough fuel through to start the engine.
start simple check your fuel filter it might be clogged. if its not the fuel filter it could be your ignition control module
Right-click on service in services.msc and click on properties. Then click on the 'Dependencies' tab. Ensure the services that your service depends on are started and then try to start the service again.
of coarse. All the filter does is its job filter the gas if its stalling the old filter could be stopped up. change it try that and see if it works. You shouldn't pump the gas its fuel injected your pump does all the work.
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Could this be a fuel filter or fuel pump problm?