Chevy Lumina

Why would a 1990 Chevy Lumina van 3.1 die at a stoplight after driving a few minutes then start again but die whenever shifted back into drive?


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2005-11-14 01:30:27
2005-11-14 01:30:27

TCC Solenoid needs to be replaced. Usually the cost is around the $150 area +/- $25. my lumina euro just died at a stoplight one day, started right back up, but died as soon as I put it into gear. My transmission sensor needed replaced


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