At this age and mileage, the next thing that I would do is to check the fuel pressure. You can borrow a pressure gauge from AutoZone or whatever parts store is nearby. There is a valve that it connects to on the fuel rail. Find the fuse for the pump and pull it. Then try starting the car a few times. Maybe 10 times actually. This relieves the pressure. Then connect your gauge. Now put the fuse back in. Turn the key on and off about 10 times, but do not start the car yet. Leave the key on. Record the pressure.
Now start it and record the pressure again. Record the pressure again when it starts hesitating and dying.
Report those numbers here and I'll look up what it should be. I'd go ahead and get those numbers, but my 3 year old just woke up from his nap and he's angry.
Tuesday, July 30th, 2019 AT 2:09 PM