my 2002 pontiac montana won't start sprayed starter fluid runs excellerates but when I turn it off it won't start back up

Asked by Nov 16, 2015 at 02:49 AM about the 2002 Pontiac Montana Base Extended

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

changed the fuel filter van started right up drove it around for a few days everything good. Drove it to work if it don't start on the first try it might not start. not getting any pressure on fuel line to injectors change fuel pump relay worked for a while. back to square one cranks but no start. Sprayed  starter fluid cranked right up drove it accelerates as long as you leave it running it will continue to run cut it off won't start.  HELP!!!

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Fuel pump causes these symptoms, check fuel pressure, it should be 31 to 44 psi. Need to do a dead head check to verify fuel pump, pressure should be around 47 min.

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