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You have replaced the fuel pump so we now need to verify if it is mechanical, electrical or fuel pressure that is causing the problem
Was the engine temperature high at the time it happened? Check if the coolant level in the radiator is correct. Hope it is not due to overheating.
Check for sparks at the plugs when cranking.
Spray some starting fluid into the throttle body and crank if it starts, Yes = fuel pressure or injector problem. No = spark problem
Was the Check engine light showing before or when the engine stalled?
Monday, July 21st, 2008 AT 4:55 PM