Car will start and drive around fine for awhile, I'm assuming until it heats up, then will die. Once it starts dying it won't run for longer than a few seconds, until its able to sit again.
My engine is not overheating though.
The temperature gauge on the car is
We replaced the fuel pump thinking
that would fix it. It didn't.
Have a scan done to start with.
ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE DUAL THROTTLE CABLES IS A BLACK ROUND UNIT WITH A CONNECTOR WITH THREE WIRES, REMOVE THE BLACK UNIT AND SPRAY IT WITH ELECTRICAL CLEANER. THIS SHOULD CLEAR UP YOUR STALLING AT STOPS. MY CAR DID THE SAME WHEN STOPPING CONSTANTLY AT LIGHTS AND STOPS.
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