1996 GMC Safari van

Asked by Feb 18, 2018 at 12:46 AM about the 1996 GMC Safari

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I'm going down the road my band
wants to cut but like I'm running out of
gas but I know better because I got a
full tank of gas  sometimes it's like I
don't have no power but then again I
have been good power and then it goes
putt putt putt and then I got powered

3 Answers

26,355

At least your not stranded with that one, the sprag clutch may be overrunning the clock spring when turning or doing Smokey burnouts going forward, but first check the sparkplugs for needed cleaning

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If it would do burn outs I would but I thought about the spark plugs thanks

17,255

have the igniton system checked. the distributor and rotor as well as the ignition control modual and coil. if its weak on take off it may be a sign of a bad rotor or distributor cap or a coil heading on its way out the door.

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