Hi there everyone. I'm new here so if I sound overwhelmed please forgive
I have a 1994 GM Safari Van that sometimes chugs like it's not getting any
fuel and then it quits. It has also overheated. Last night at 7 pm I drove
it 60 yards chugging and stopped at home. I tried restarting it this
morning with no luck. Chugged at first and now it's just the starter
I just had a baby 4 weeks ago and I need my van working!
If it's not getting any fuel it is likely either a fuel filter of pump.
A filter is very easy and inexpemsive to replace. Replacing the fuel
pump may be more difficult. You may have to take the gas tank off to
replace the fuel pump.
You may also wan to check to make sure it has gas. I had a Jeep that I
thought needed a new fuel pump. When i tried to take the tank off it
was too light. Turns out it was just the gauge that was going out, and
I had just ran out of Gas.
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