bfollow your fuel lin its between the distributor fire wall
if it has spark plugs check the distributor cap and/or rotor button for corrosion
Check to see if there is a internal advance mechanism in your distributor. On older GM models bushings would wear causing it to stick and causing a surge or bucking as the advance within the distributor would release. Your computer regulates the advance, however, have the distributor checked.
Fuel pump, Ignition timing, spark plug misfire, fuel filter, air filter, take it to a mechanic.
Oil coming from the oil filter area usually means that the gasket for the oil filter is not seating right. If the filter was changed recently, the old gasket could have been left on, along with the new gasket, causing a bad seal.
It has a permanent filter that is changed when you have the fluid changed.
I was informed that the fuel filter shoulf be changed between 90 000km - 100 000km. The fuel filter is situated in the petrol tank and will only need to be changed every 80 000-100 000 km and not with every service...
Check fuel pump fuse. If you have changed the fuel filter on a 2000, you might have forgotten to put the rubber grommet between new fuel filter and fuel pump (look at your old fuel filter). Check fuel pump fuse. If you have changed the fuel filter on a 2000, you might have forgotten to put the rubber grommet between new fuel filter and fuel pump (look at your old fuel filter). Check fuel pump fuse. If you have changed the fuel filter on a 2000, you might have forgotten to put the rubber grommet between new fuel filter and fuel pump (look at your old fuel filter).
at what milage should the diesel filter be changed
has the gas tank cap been recently replaced????
the faulty part is actually located in the distributor so you need to replace the whole distributor
Your tank filter should be changed every month. If your filter becomes clogged, it should be changed right away.
Check for a broken motor mount. Also make sure you are using the correct filter and have not changed brands.Check for a broken motor mount. Also make sure you are using the correct filter and have not changed brands.
Check to see if it getting spark/fuel Check rotor
i had this problem with the same car same year and model changed plugs, wires, distributor cap and distributor, worked for a week and then happened again, the old and new distributor had a faulty Ignition Control Module. Its a chip that plugs into the distributor itself, actually cheaper to buy a new distributor or go to a junk yard(no guarantee it works) intake and exhaust manifold gaskets, remove manifolds scrape old gaskets off cleanly and install new ones
Pre-filter for what? You posted this question in the Fuel Filter category. So I must assume you mean the pre-filter on the fuel pump. That is changed when the fuel pump is replaced.
Some air purifiers do require a filter to be changed others have a filter that can be cleaned.
it is possible the fule filter needs changed due to fragments floating in and out of the filter it can cause the car to stop when you stop it flushes the filter by the shifting of the fule in the tank causing the filter to have a small amount of opening in the filter but if it gets plugged again it will stop once more
check out the starter......
try changing your fuel filter.
The distributor and the oil filter.
the distributor cap should be on the drivers side of the engine. It is close to the front just beside the air filter.
could be the computer causing the pump not to run
no wix filter replaces the 103144 anymore wix changed the dimensions of their 51361 filter and now it does not fit...the outside diameter is too large and the gasket is also changed.....