CONTINOUS DYING WHEN GOING DOWN ROAD

Asked by May 24, 2014 at 07:18 PM about the GMC Sonoma

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

HAVE A 2000 GMC SONOMA,,, REPLACED FUEL FLEX,,,REPLACED GAS SENSOR,, REPLACED BATTERY,,,LITES FLICKER CONSTANTLY,,,,,CANNOT KEEP STARTED,,, SOMETIMES RUNS WELL,  SOMETIMES DIES AND I CAN RESTART UNTIL DIES AGAIN DOWN ROAD,,,,,PAIN,,,HOOKED UP AT CHEVROLET DEALER,,,NO CODES,,, NO CHECK ENGINE LITE,,,,WHAT ELSE CAN IT BE    SUGGESTION?

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Sounds like loose connection. Check all battery connections as well as the negative battery connections to the frame and motor. Also just for giggles try wiggling the key with engine running. If engine dies I would be looking at the ignition switch. Loose or faulty ignition switch can cause these sorts of issues.

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