2004 cavalier goes off when driving. got new fuel pump. did not help.do you no what it is.

Asked by Jun 09, 2012 at 02:32 PM about the 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier LS

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goes off when driving. put new fuel pump in.took to dealer computer say nothing wrong

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241,205

You need to find another mechanic. Can be any number of things.

I have went to another he say nothing wrong.but still doing samething

2,985

what are u doing when car dies? cruising, stopping , accelerating does it happen when car is hot cold or all he time? does the engine just shut off or does it stumble first ?

I pull off the road. all the time hot and cold. just shut off.

2,985

at this point u should take it somewhere to have them drive it extesively to get it to happen

i have. they have put new computer parts in. put another new fuel pump. they do not no.they said maybe now they can trace it.i do not no what to do i have put 15hundred in it.if you can help please try to tell me. thank you.

2,985

does it start right back up after it stalls unfortunately i can only give ideas or possiblities im not the one looking at it to see what actually happening

1,845

Could possibly be an injector that has some trash in it

45

Try Changing Fuel Filter

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