i have a 90 modle cheve lumina euro el and it will crank but after awhile when it gets hot it will shut down and then after its cooled down it will crank

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Asked by Aug 13, 2014 at 10:20 PM about the 1990 Chevrolet Lumina 2 Dr STD Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Sound,s like you may need a new fuel pump.To verify this you can have fuel pressure checked,but im almost 99% sure of it.

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when we first started the car got no fule afer we turned swtich off and o n twice it cranked it ran 2 secods

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Check your fuel relay under hood in panel box,before you check the pump,may get lucky.

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Yea, just make sure the Fuel Pump is in good health.If possible make sure all of the fuel lines have properly flowing fuel, check for leaks, oil ect.. & lol make sure it has gas in it too. I'd do a overall inspection of the bike, if you take it to a dealer, ask them to teach you a thing or 2 about the bike, or let you watch what they are doing to it, its excellent to learn skills as such.

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and shut off

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