check fuses, then most likely need to replace the high/low switch
possible ignition modual, what is your fuel presure, does car restart immediatly or after it sits for a while Possibly clogged fuel filter, or bad fuel pump.
Tech IV 2.5 L (151 in³) I4 110 hp (82 kW) and 135 lb·ft (183 N·m). (Iron Duke)
If Pin "B" is not present in the 12-pin connector, use the Actron SUPER AutoScanner CP9145 with a GM ALDL Cable CP9127 or use the Actron SUPER AutoScanner Kit CP9150. Either one will work on that OBD 1.5 system.
Take your old one directly to a rebuilder and get yours rebuilt
Replace your fuel filter; if it still happens I suspect your fuel pump is getting weak and should be checked for pressure output. Has your battery been replaced lately? The reason I am asking is that when you put in a new battery, or you're old battery needs charged, when you first start it, it h...
The Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera a was front wheel drive model. It was sold by General Motors from 1982 to 1996.
That light can mean alot check your break fluid your car is over heating if you still have the manule look in the indexfor the check engine light it will tell you everpage that has to do with that light and what it means
Depends on your exact MPG, but I have a 1993, My fuel reader doesn't work perfectly, but it's roughly 220-240 miles per full tank, city only, maybe more (or less) highway
You start by disconecting the negative - battery terminal. climb undre the car and dixconect the 2 whires going to the starter. Then unbolt the starter from the transmission. replace is the same way, just oppisite. If you don't even know where the starter is than, follow the positive battery cabl...