1994 Pontiac Bonneville
I have a 94 bonneville it is not supercharge. It for some reason will not start. We have put a new fuel pump on it the old one had burnt out. New fuel filter new air filter new fueling sending unit the car ran fine for about 10 minutes then it started dying out for no reason. We bought a new Vapor canister hoping that would solve the problem because once the vacuum hose on the old one was disconnected an reconnect the car would start. Now its acting as if it is not getting no gas. We have checked all vacuum hoses for damaged ones an all seems to be fine. Help is needed any advice on what to buy next. The service engine light is on an when we try to start it flashes off then back on.
March 7, 2007.
March 7, 2007.
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