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  • avatar karjunkie 03/27/09 7:23 pm PST

    I would check the fuel pressure regulator and the operation of the injectors next. Pull the vacuum hose on the FPR and see if there is any fuel in it. If so the FPR need replacement. In order to narrow down the problem you should hook up an OBDII scanner to the car and check for any fault codes. Many auto parts stores will do this for free. This will tell you if any specific parts, sensors or modules are malfunctioning and need repair or replacement. It will save you hundreds of $$$ if you know what is wrong before replacing a lot of expensive parts. If you need help with the codes and what they mean, just come back here and we will try our best to help. Good luck and let us know if you have any follow up questions!

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  • karjunkie 03/27/09 7:23 pm PST

    I would check the fuel pressure regulator and the operation of the injectors next. Pull the vacuum hose on the FPR and see if there is any fuel in it. If so the FPR need replacement. In order to narrow down the problem you should hook up an OBDII scanner to the car and check for any fault codes. Many auto parts stores will do this for free. This will tell you if any specific parts, sensors or modules are malfunctioning and need repair or replacement. It will save you hundreds of $$$ if you know what is wrong before replacing a lot of expensive parts. If you need help with the codes and what they mean, just come back here and we will try our best to help. Good luck and let us know if you have any follow up questions!

  • donymon 12/18/09 9:27 pm PST

    check crank senser

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