1982 Chevy caprice

Asked by Mar 20, 2016 at 08:34 AM about the 1982 Chevrolet Caprice Classic

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I recently got my Chevy caprice out the shop got all
new hoses under hood new battery and my car
won't seen to stay on. I let it run for about 20 mins
when I cut it on then when I get in the car put it in
drive it seems to choke as if it not getting the same
amount of gas to the engine as when it was parked
someone help please!!

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Did they replace all of the fuel hoses as well, even the ones back at the fuel tank? Then after having that done it is possible that the fuel filter is clogged with small shavings from the new lines, you should replace it anytime there is any fuel system work that has been done. Also fuel tank venting is very important model, so make sure they didn't mess up the fuel venting hoses and carbon canister vacuum supplies.

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