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92 van stalling after replacing distributor cap/rotor /plugs/wires and fuel pump?

(1992 Chevrolet Astro)
in Chandler, AZ on January 23, 2011
stalling two weeks after replacing these parts. This problem occurs steady low speed and on acceleration?
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on January 23, 2011
Sounds like need to recheck all of your work, you may have left off a vacuum line etc. Did you replace the pickup screen for the fuel pump and did you use a factory quality pump? Did you replace the fuel filter as well?
on January 23, 2011
Thank for your reply, fuel filter was also replaced. Going to check fuel pressure next. Thanks again.
If you didn't have the stalling problem before the work, you should recheck what was done. The first place I recommend checking is the fuel pump fuel and items related to fuel flow. Low fuel volume could cause stalling.
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