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Could be the fuel pump relay staying on, it should turn off when turn off the key, sometimes the Tech will jump the system to drain the fuel out and may have installed the relay incorrectly.

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body control module is bad

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check out the fuse

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check the relay for the fuel pump.ref to your hand book.should be easy to locate.

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a simple check would be to replace the distributor cap. Often there will be hairline cracks that can't be seen and will cause no trouble until it's wet outside.

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1. Change the Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) SENSOR.
2. Check & replace if necessary the engine thermostat and water pump.
3. Flush & bleed correctly the cooling system, and test the car.
4. If the problem is still present, check & replace if necessary the cooling radiator.

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do a tranny service that should fix it

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the problem is from the "slow". The slow wire may have remove, that's why the car goes dead.

Open the bonnet, check the injector, you should find a wire going out from the injector to a capacitor or something, that's the slow wire. Fix it back/connect it back, and problem should be solved.

Good luck.

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Please see my tip at . These are generic instructions. If you get stuck or need specific instructions for your car, please get back to me with model, year and engine info.

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There is an intake and exhaust manifold on these cars. Which one do you mean?

The intake is connected to the air duct and the throttle body.
The exhaust is connected to the head, but is generally lower than the intake manifold and may be made of iron.

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OK, so did you check the fluid and top it off? If the fluid level is low, it may be time for brake service.

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I did a 2001 and it wasn't too bad. You need a special tool to remove the pump from the water jacket. I just rented it from Autozone for free.
Don't let is go too long. I let mine go until the bearing froze up. Then it damaged the belt and pully running off the cam. Cost me another 200.00 in parts.

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If the engine temperature is correct, then I would suggest the heater core is partially blocked and needs to be replaced.

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fuel filter in need of a change perhaps? enough to change to eliminate it as a possibility

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Driver's side of engine in the back.Look near the water tank towards the engine block.

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If the third brake light works than I would bet that the turn signal switch is bad.

Try this. With the brake pedal depressed try wiggle the turn signal lever and pushing/pulling on the four way flasher button. If the brake lights come on at any point while doing this than the switch is definitely bad.

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Most common reasons. Needs a tune up-spark plugs /wires/filter. Poor quality or low fuel grade, you should be using the 89 Octane not the 87 or the fuel is contaminated with something. Transmission being low on fluid will cause this to happen as the transmission has to work harder to shift when it is low that means more RPMS, More RPMS means More fuel less mileage. Incorrect tire pressure. You have the defroster running. For some reason most manufacturers in the 1990's started having the AC compressor engage when you select defrost. Only use Defrost when you absolutely have to or disconnect the AC Compressor control wires in the engine compartment.

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normally if you have a problem in the negative cable it is an open caused by corrosion. it bolts to the chassis so a short to chassis ground is what it is supposed to be. Buy a new cable and unbolt the chassis end and the battery end of the old one, put the new one in the reverse of taking the old one out. It really helps in the long run if you coat the connections with some spray sealant which you can buy at a parts store. I find the positive cable is just as susceptible, if not more so, to corrosion so while you are in there, do it to. Good solid connections will help in the cold. While you may be able to find a generic negative cable at a parts store the positive cable may be a dealer item as it usually has more than one lead coming off the battery end.

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Under the back seat.

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computer (ecu) just my 2 cent

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