We bought 1991 Chevy Corcisa ran great like new car now won't start after car has been driven

Asked by Oct 12, 2010 at 10:15 AM about the 1991 Chevrolet Corsica 4 Dr LT Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

This car is old enough that I know that this has been dealt with before, Things that have been replaced, crankshaft position sensor, engine spark sensor, all three coils, ignition control module (Twice), oxygen sensor aft of cat. converter, fuel rail pressure 42 psi, Engine control Computer, ample spark on all cylinders.  Now car starts cold runs has a hesitation sometimes driving down the road but not always runs great, then turn off the car it will start right back up but if you leave it sit for 15-20 minutes it will not start for hours truely frustrated the car is great inside and out but just is not relable replace vaccum lines as well

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although fuel pressure at the fuel rail appears to be okay, have you though of replacing the fuel filter, also making sure the fuel injectors are not leaking.

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i had this happen and i replaced my fuel pump and it stopped. but my fuel pump went out be for i replaced it so if you can, try that

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