Had something like that happen on a 1990 Geo Tracker. But it was an ignition problem and believe it was the computer. $400 to have a rebuilt one which I tried. Did not fix. Send back the rebuilt computer got another one back still no go blowing ignition fuse. Found a wire under the manifold had gotten hot one time to many and shorted out on the block. Fix wire and move away from hot area and no more problems. Cost $400 to find a $1 fix and that was for the fuses
Re: saturn fuel pump follow-up.....crappy parts/mechanic in reply to dennis min, 12-27-2012 18:02:56
Not the first time I have run into problems like that but boy when you do and things lead you to believe it is this and then you find that one single wire that did it but all the test etc point you at other things hard to figure out. Funny how a simple wire can cause so big a problem
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