Question about Chevrolet Tahoe
It couldn't hurt to go to walmart or an autoparts store and buy a bottle of seafoam and follow the directions add it to the fuel tank.
Posted on Mar 03, 2018
Maybe a problem with fuel injection system. High pressure fuel pump, clogged injectors,...?
Posted on Mar 03, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
a cut off switch is almost never the problem just hummor me for a second and please check that the fuel filter is installed correctly not backwards then check the fuel pump fuse and relay if all good check for power at the pump and a good ground if all this is good then the pump need replacement
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
Quite possible you have a bad ignition coil. As coil heats up it breaks down and will not return to normal till it cools down. Check for spark the next time this happens. If spark is weak or not there, it warrants testing or replacement.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
I found the problem. It was the crank position sensor. There was also a cracked vacuum hose connecting to the diaphragm on the fuel rail. Replaced both and my 92 Buick no longer dies. For the guy who's Buick was dying when using the turn signals - replace the crank position sensor. One of my symptoms of my Buick dying was when I used my turn signals. Use of turn signals places a varying load on the electrical system which messes up the crank posistion sensor if it is going bad.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
SOURCE: Tahoe 97 Fuel problems
Crank sensor has to be bad,or the ignition module.Remove the ignition module and have it checked at the parts store.If it checks bad,replace it,if it checks good replace the cranksensor.The cam sensor,cranksesor,and the control module control injector pulse,and coil spark.I would point more to the ignition module.But I have known the crankshaft sensor to do this also.I hope this was helpful,if so,let us know,thanks,and good luck.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
Faulty Fuel pump will do it or breather pipe on fuel tank not breathing.
Coil overheating and braking down when hot ..when cools down away it goes again????
it does sound that its due to overheating BUT a another alternator or distributor wasent needed as nither would give you the problem..So check all above and let me know how you get on Ron
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
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