1996 Chevrolet G Series Van (G10) QuestionsRefine by vehicle
My chevy van has been stalling when it gets heated up and the outside temperature is 70+ degrees. It seems that after running in the heat the oil pressure begins to drop when idling. Mechanics have said it is the transmission but I have been running the van fine in the Winter for 2 years with no problems. I think there is a hose or pipe that is heating up the oil or gas and at a certain point it is evaporating and not making it into the engine. any ideas?
MY VAN DIES, AND/OR WILL NOT RESTART, AFTER DRIVING IN WARM/HOT WEATHER,DOES NOT HAPPEN IN WINTER TIME, AND ENGINE NEVER RUNS HOT?
My van died while driving. I tested the fuel pressure when I got it home and assumed it was the fuel pump when I got a zero pressure reading. I replaced the fuel pump assembly, fuel pump relay and the fuel filter. The van ran just fine for about 140 miles then it died while driving just like before. After dropping tank a srcond time, I did some futher testing and found the circut to the fuel pump was dead. What other than what I replaced would make the electircal system to the pump go dead?
doors will not unlock with any of the power door lock switches (driver, front passenger, side or rear door). I replaced the driver's electric door lock switch - no help. The 25A accessory fuse is good. Any suggestions?
I have taken my van to the shop, they recharge it and then it is hot again. Took it back, they think it is a evaporator? How do I find out for sure?
They charged me 130.00 to check and change a orifice.