Intermittent problem! Runs great, accelerates correctly, idles smooth, but occasionally at no certain speed, no certain temperature--the engine just dies for a split second as if you instantaneously turned off the ignition. Then continues to run perfectly. More recently it sometimes dies as I decelerate for a traffic light or stop sign. Wife's car, a lot of short trips but daily driver. Newer plugs, fuel pump and fuel filter--184,000. No one can find the problem, any suggestions.
Suggestions for help with an intermittent problem. on 1994 Infiniti Q45
by dumfounded in Niceville, FL on August 07, 2012
1 answer 2 comments
ANSWER by globalhelper , August 08, 2012
there is a fuel module in tne trunk of the car that can int go bad.this is a common issue with these cars.its located under the rear overhang against the back seat.
COMMENT by dumfounded , August 09, 2012
Globalhelper, Thanks, for the information!! Is there any way to test this fuel module or do you suggest I just replace it and see if this fixes my problem? Charlie
COMMENT by globalhelper , August 09, 2012
CK FOR PWR AND GARD 1ST AND THEN PRESSURE