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Question DetailsAsked on 11/6/2019

I am looking for a mechanic who can diagnose why my car stalls right after it turns over.

I put a new battery in it and a new throttle body and sensor and it has a full tank of gas

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First thing I would check is to see if fuel pump relay is working properly. If the oil pressure switch should be bad, it will start and die once the key is released as the oil pressure switch makes sure fuel pump runs when releasing the key (from start position)// just a thought. This prevents the fuel pump relay running if the engine isn't which would start a fire and consume the car quickly. (this would prevent the fuel flow if engine quits) This is from what you are saying, could be other things, but check this first.


Source: From many yrs of experience.

Answered 12 days ago by HarrisR




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