1993 chevy conversion van, tiara edition

Asked by Jul 15, 2013 at 11:25 PM about the Chevrolet Chevy Van

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

van will start, but wont stay running, it spits and sputters then dies, unless you have your foot on the gas reving it a little bit. we tried the plugs and wires, and loosening the gas cap....what else could it be?

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yes. the accelerator position sensor (the TPS) sends errant signals to the ECU confusing the brew~

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the ambient sensor will tell the computer how rich or lean to make the air/fuel mixture...if this one isn't doin' it's job properly, there will not be good combustion with added complications~

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throttle body injection?...cannot seem to find your engine~...oh well still computer controlled...the fuel pressure regulator is an overlooked little goodie, if the vacuum line is cracked will suck air creating high idle and lousy performance~

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