You can "rent" a fuel gauge from autozone and when you return the tool, you get ALL of your oney back!
It would help me to help you diagnose the problem if we knew the fuel pressure when it is running and also when it is acting like it wants to stall. (You can connect the gauge and drive the vehicle, that way you can keep an eye on the pressure)
Also, if the check engine light is on please list codes here. (That auto parts store also reads you codes for FREE)
Sunday, July 7th, 2013 AT 7:42 PM