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(1994 Infiniti Q45)
in Niceville, FL on August 07, 2012
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.
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of Greg's Orange Auto on 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.
on 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
of Greg's Orange Auto on August 09, 2012
CK FOR PWR AND GARD 1ST AND THEN PRESSURE
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