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Old 10-04-2007, 10:21 AM
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95 Chevy Lumina Van Stalling Problem

Desperate to find the cause of this stalling problem. My van starts fine. Doesn't over heat. However after a few minutes of driving it stalls out but only when decelerating, braking and idling. If hitting the gas it wont stall. Some of the things I have already replaced are o2Censor, RGV valve, plugs, plug wires. I also had some wiring problems where the windows stopped working along with the horn they have since been fixed. I mention that because I have taken this van to several shops and have gotton different opinions some say its still electrical and others say its the fuel system. I also had the injectors cleaned. Another person told me it might be a bad brake booster. I need some help with this. I don't know which direction to go in repairs.

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Old 10-04-2007, 12:06 PM
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Is it setting any codes?
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No new codes

The only codes we get are things that have already been fixed.
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Fuel Pressure? Have you the electric pump in the gas tank? I'm no expert in the newer stuff, just a thought. Dan
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