You did not say anything about your check/service engine light being on. - If it is, DEFINITELY have the codes read before you do anything else. That way you have a good starting point to diagnose the problem.
If the light isn't on:
I would start first by verifying that it is a fuel supply problem and not spark timing/delivery. You can purchase an inexpensive tool at the parts store that goes into the end of your spark plug wires and clamps to a ground. We are looking for a bright blue spark. If it is present, I would next check fuel pressure. A service manual, like Haynes or Chiltons, will give you pressure specs and how to test. If pressure is too low, you are likely looking at a fuel pump or pressure regulator issue.
Reply back if you find codes and we can go from there.
Thursday, October 16th, 2008 AT 9:20 PM