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In Forum: Pontiac Montana

it's possible that you don't have enough fuel pressure and going up a hill takes more fuel than the pump puts out and it takes a while for the pressure to catch up afterward. Or it could be that you have a problem with the secondary ignition jumping to ground somewhere other than the spark plug under a load. Once that happens it's easier to jump outside the spark plug circuit and it will continu


In Forum: Ford Trucks

all you can do is look for other people's reviews and the product's warranties. Just like any thing else you buy. Sometimes "you get what you pay for" is accurate.


In Forum: Chevy Silverado

Had the same issue recently on my 93 Silverado. After replacing both sensors, pulling the gauge assembly out testing resistanceses, it turned out to be a faulty thermostat.


In Forum: Chevy Silverado

It's a pain but you need to check all of the above mentioned parts. I just got my 93 Silverado running again. Driving along, new 35" tires in the bed, ready to be installed. Then out of nowhere the truck dies and will not start again. I could hear the fuel pump running, I knew there was gas in the tank. Got it home and ran Google into the ground searching for answers.After much testing, I nar


In Forum: Cadillac

a dented trans pan won't reduce the capacity if the capacity has already been filled. it will raise the fluid level by the volume that the pan is dented in. is the dent blocking the filter in the trans? (Would have to be a very bad dent to do that) I don't know what a shop would leave under a vehicle that would dent a tranny pan but I guess anything is possible. Usually when you lower a vehic


In Forum: Buick

I don't show a 3.4 for 99 Grand Prix. I show that it has 3.8's and 3.1. you might want to check with a wrecking yard about the engine and year interchanges but from what I have read it is not just a simple engine swap though the engine look similar.


In Forum: Saturn

need more information on when and what is happening when it stalls. on the relays, relays get hot if there is a lot of load going through them. What's hooked up to the relays in question? How's your battery connections? especially the groung connection?




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