I have a 1995 lumina, 3.1 with 105,000 Miles on it.It wont start or dies if I start it warm.

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Asked by Nov 02, 2013 at 05:45 PM about the 1995 Chevrolet Lumina 4 Dr LS Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I can do a couple errands, then come out of the shop and the car starts rough and dies
then won't start for about an hour or so. When it finally starts it runs great. The furl pump
has been ruled out and several sensors. My mechanic says it is giving him grey hair. I am
a retired older lady and I don't have much money left to put in it. Any help please?? Thank
you

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No service engine light comes on?? The low coolant light comes on but there is plenty of coolant in it??

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Ok, let me get some more information. When the car is warm, you say it starts but then dies. When you start it, will it run fine in park and neutral? Then when you put it into gear, reverse or drive it hesitates, runs rough and immediately turns off?

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