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    Hi Folks,
    My mother in law is having a problem with her "90" olds/cutlas of stalling
    going down the road. she says -the car runs fine when it runs, but she
    wiil be driving and suddently it just goes out on her. she lets it sit for a few minutes and it starts back up. Of course I get stuck with looking into this problem. I do not posses any analizing equipment so there is not too much for me to check. I am hoping though that I can get some help from you folks and then I can check those items.
    Please any help on this one will be greatly appreciated...
    "Candido"
    P.S. the engine size is 3.0
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    Automobile to propane conversions are an excellent solution to problems with stalling while you are out in the middle of no where. Your vehicle isn't going to stall when you use a solution like this, unless you choose to stall the vehicle yourself. The best part about it is that you can enjoy starting up instantly, even after a stall. You will always start instantly without any problems when you use propane kits.

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    I have heard this problem earlier also i think automobile to propane conversions are an excellent solution.

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    I'm afraid I can't help you with that one, sorry.

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    Hi pijthan,

    I would like to suggest you to check your problem of car to relevant service center and this will be very helpful for you, as well as always tie the belt of car whenever you drive your vehicle.
    Take care!

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    I think you have to consult a trained car technician. Bcz when my car was troubling, i had also consult a car technician and my problem has solved.
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    For the conversion to propane is an excellent solution to stall while you're in the middle of nowhere. Your vehicle is not going to be when you use a solution like this, unless you decide to slow the vehicle itself. The best part is that you can enjoy starts immediately, even after a stall.

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    Hi
    the problem i suspect is the breather pipe on the fuel tank, if you fill it too full it stops the fuel tank drawing in air and that course a vacum it happen so the fuel pump is unable to suck the fuel down the fuel line.

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    Hello,
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    the problem i suspect is the breather pipe on the fuel tank, if you fill it too full it stops the fuel tank drawing in air and that course a vacum it happen so the fuel pump is unable to suck the fuel down the fuel line.
    check to breather pipe on the fuel tank sometimes the breather pipes become blocked as they are a rubber if contaminated with petrol they go soft and the pipe collapses stopping air getting into the fuel tank.

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