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Its a 1990 buick century limited with a 3.3L V6. It starts for just a second and dies. We thought it was a fuel problem so we replaced the fuel pump, in line filter, And i just replaced the fuel pressure regulator. and it still doesn't start. we also put sea foam in the tank as well to clear any gunk. Pls Help.

The problem seemed to have stopped for about two weeks after we changed the valve cover gaskets and plugs and wires. Then slowly started to occasionally have an "episode" till the other day went out to crank to go to work and it would never start up and run.

My 'turn off your engine and check coolant' warning light keeps coming on just a few days after adding coolant. I read it can be leaks but I can't find any leaks.

Trying to sell my Van. My motor locked up. I placed a add and person wants to know if it has a overhead cam? We can't find anything in our book.

So my "expert" roommate decided he'd add almost a whole can of r134a to my 2009 Sonata and I believe it's overfilled. How do you discharge and get the pressure back down around the correct amount?