Do the 1990 Chrysler new yorkers vapor lock?

Asked by Jul 18, 2013 at 05:29 PM about the 1990 Chrysler New Yorker

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no, almost impossible,as its a 3.3 v6 with fuel injection that circulates fuel round and round and sips as needed! now check the rail pressure,or replace the old fuel filter, if no luck,go to fuel pump!

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Ditto. jimmy is right on. vapor lock is an old term for when carburetor equipped cars had the gas evaporate in the fuel line, and the float went to the bottom of the bowl, hence no gas, no start. My 1978 F250 it happens on occasion I would click him 20 if I could, 10 is all I can.

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