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Old 04-29-2008, 12:56 PM   #1
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pls help guys..

yesterday while im on the way home my car suddenly stops
dropping RPM fast. like you turn off the engine.. then when in pull over
i tried to start again its works..

then this morning my car wont start like i have no gas.. it will run only if i give a gas then
drops the RPM fast.. then went dead.. this affternoon ive tried and its works until now..

some advice guys.. pls
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My first recommendation is to check your fuel pressure.
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Do you have any new codes?
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LeSabreUltra,
how do i check the fuel pressure?

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no i dont have any new codes.. i only have Code 22..
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You can buy a fuel pressure gauge from your local auto parts store, and connect it to a port on your fuel rail. I'll have to check up on what the fuel pressure is supposed to be when I get off work. I can also take a picture of the connector port on the fuel rail if you need.
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that would be much better.. thanks

can you pls post a picture here when should i put the fuel guage..

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You may also want to check and clean your ground bus connections, per this techinfo article.
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...=article&k=102
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that would be much better.. thanks

can you pls post a picture here when should i put the fuel guage..

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It hooks onto the schrader valve in the picture. It looks like a tire valve. You will need to remove the "3800" plastic cover to see the fuel rail, etc.
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tnx guys,

youve been very helpful to me..

specially 93RedSled-SSE, tnx brother..

the stalling problem is gone..
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