So I just got a 9c1 a couple of weeks ago. Last Saturday, I drove about 65 miles and got down to about a quarter tank and refilled it to about 1/2 a tank. I put the cap back on, turned the car on and was pulling out of the station and then it stalled out as I was pulling into traffic
. Had to get a bunch of people to push it out of the street back into the station. I called my dad up (was a couple of blocks from home fortunately) and he came and checked it out. The car was cranking but it wouldn't start, then he started giving it gas while starting and it started up from the seeming dead. As he was pulling out again, it died again, and he started it and was able to drive back home, uphil 2 blocks. We let it cool after parking and went back out and I tried starting it and it started without a hitch. I scanned the car with an OBDII and it came up with the following codes:
P0036 Oxygen Sensor Heater control circuit Malfuntion (downstream)
P0141 Oxygen sensor heater circuit Malfunction (downstream)
P0446 Evaporative emission control system vent system performance.
I messed with the gas cap and it seemed to be fine. I deleted the CEL.
This morning I warmed the car up, and drove about 3 miles. All was fine, until I made a left turn home and brake and gas pedal sunk and the car stalled out and ran into a corner curb. I had to give it gas again and drove it around the corner to my house (once again I'm lucky this happened close to home). We had to start the car up maybe five times to get it up the hill and park it. By the time we were done the car would crank but would not start. My dad and I postulated that it might be a problem caused by when the car was warmed up. My dad and I let the car cool down for a bit, then went back out and tried to start it again. It started but instantly died out. I then asked my dad to rescrew the cap and it worked, then I told him to take the cap off and it stalled and wouldnt start up. We've been in and out to see if it would start again. Again, I ran a scan on the car the codes that came up were:
I went out and put some Gum Out Winter formula in the tank to see if theres some water in the tank or anything and will let it sit overnight. Anyone have any ideas or suggestions or similar experiences? I suspect its the fuel pump or a hole in the fuel line.
This thread sorta had the same gist, but I didn't read a solution in there.
Stalling after gas fill-up. <update>