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1993 buick regal. stalling while driving then sometimes not starting. changed the ignition module and crank sensor. still not right

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    Dave C May 11, 2010

    You need to find out if the problem is being caused by lack of spark or fuel. How many miles are on it and has the fuel pump ever been changed?

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Have you thought about the mass air flow sensor this will cause that also

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