REPLACED TIMING CHAIN NOW WON'T STAY RUNNING
1987 Oldsmobile Delta 88 • 160,000 miles
Replaced the timing chain and now you have to pump the gas for it to start once it is started you have to keep your foot on the gas peddle or it dies right away. Could it be the fuel sensor? We have checked the fuel pressure and it's good. It sounds like the pump is running fine. Could it be the crankshaft? Or timing sensor? It just acts like it not getting fuel. 3.6 v8 engine
So how did it run before you changed the timing chain?
It ran pretty good
We have checked the mass air flow sensor an it's still good everything is connected
Are you postive all your timing marks are dead on?Also do you have any codes in the computer?
What do you mean by codes in the computer? Yes everything is dead on sounds like timing is good
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