BASICS- FUEL SUPPLY, SPARK CONTROL. CHECK YOUR FUEL FOR WATER, CHANGE OUT YOUR FUEL FILTER, BLEED AIR FROM YOUR FUEL RACK, PRESSURE TEST FUEL RACK. CHECK YOUR COIL PACKS USING A MULTIMETER. I USE ALLDATA.COM AS MY TECH MANUAL, IT COSTS $14.95 A YEAR BUT IT'S WORTH IT. IT WILL COVER EVERY ASPECT OF YOUR VEHICLE INCLUDING DIAGRAMS, SCHEMATICS, VACUUM ROUTES, TUNE UP INFO AND TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDES. CHECK IT OUT IT'S WORTH YOUR TIME. T HEMPLE it all depends. it is very hard to say with out knowing more about it or looking at the vehicle.
Because its a Chevy corsica not a ford corsica!!!!!
where would i locate the fuse for the fuel pump on a 1995 Chevy corsica
Hi, i had a 95 Chevy corsica that did the same thing. Check out the timing belt. It may be off. . :)
Push it off the wharf would be a good start.
Why not? Do you have some dirty pictures in it?
blown engine, out of gas janitorial duties.
Check the Fuse and/ or relay.
Because it has HEI (High Energy Ignition).
its your pump
bad pressure switch
I would think that on size alone it would fit and mount in. Depending on which of the engines the 1985 Celebrity had you might need to make a number of modifications to use the Corsica engine in the Celebrity. The two engines are NOT identical.
The steering wheel cannot be bypassed to rewire turn signals in a 1989 Chevy Corsica. The switch for the wires is in the steering column. If the steering wheel were bypassed, the wires would not be connected to the switch.
It's probably the Voltage regulator inside the Alternator.
Wheel bearings and allignment. Can be tires as well and sometimes even a bad motor mount.
Fuel delivery problem. Maybe a plugged fuel filter or a weak fuel pump.
check the soleinoid
Leak in heater core
Lots of reasons, but mine was the fuel pump was bad. It would overheat after driving maybe 15 minutes, then I would let the car stop for an hour or two and it would start back up.
Check your coil packs, my Corsica goes thru them like water. Would not hurt to check your fuel pressure. Online tech manual at Alldata.com can really help out if your interested.
If the check engine light has come on, have the codes read. That would be a good place to start.
Heater core is leaking. Air Conditioner drain hose is plugged.
In the filler neck- follow instructions carefully
AnswerI would replace the control module in the distributor; they are heat sensitive.If that doesn't fix it, try replacing the oxygen sensor.
You may have a bad wheel speed sensor on one of the front wheels.
its probably a computer issue or an electrical issue some where in the car i had the same problem with my car and it was computer