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Old 04-06-2005, 02:13 PM   #1
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my 1993 Boneville stalles when at a stop and also around 4000 rpms just bogs down, could this be the fuel pump?
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do you have a fuel pessure gauge that you can put on the regulator, is it a superchaged or narmaly aspirated engine.............that dose seem like its getttin starved for fuel.......how long has it been since the fuel filter has been changed..........start with the cheap stuff.....

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its fuel injected, not sure last time filter was changed, just know that i was coming home from work and took a turn to go up a hill and stalled out it took about 1 1/2 minutes to get strated again. oh the gas gauge fluctuated when at a stop of taking a turn.
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ok...........i would start with that fuel filter from one of your local auto store..........i know the car is fuel injected, i was wondering if you had access for a gauge to test the fuel pressiure of the fuel rail,

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no, unfortunatly i dont have a fuel pressure gauge, i'll try the fuel filter though, thanks fo the input
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