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I have a 2008 Saturn Outlook XE (no Sunroof). My outlook cranks but, will not stop. Over the last two weeks it shut off while I was driving without warning. I simply turned the key and it restarted. Yesterday, I drove it and it won't start back up. After about 3 hours it just started right up. This morning it only cranks but, will not start. Does anyone have a clue about this issue? I would appreciate any help provided. Thanks in advance.
 

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Perhaps a bad fuel pump or pressure regulator. You should have the fuel system pressure checked to make sure you are getting the proper amount of fuel.
 

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Hey Kenyatta.Jackson,

I understand how frustrating this can be, and I see you've brought this to the forum to take care of it yourself. The users here at the SaturnOutlookForum have used a wealth of information to help countless Outlook DIYers with their concerns. However, if you'd like to have this brought to the attention of your local GM dealership, I would be happy to assist you. Just PM me with your contact info, VIN, mileage and preferred dealership so I can proceed with that. I'll check your VIN for any open field actions as well.

Let me know if that's something you'd like us to do. We're here to assist!

Regards,

Geoff G.
GM Customer Care
 

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Hey Kenyatta.Jackson,

I understand how frustrating this can be, and I see you've brought this to the forum to take care of it yourself. The users here at the SaturnOutlookForum have used a wealth of information to help countless Outlook DIYers with their concerns. However, if you'd like to have this brought to the attention of your local GM dealership, I would be happy to assist you. Just PM me with your contact info, VIN, mileage and preferred dealership so I can proceed with that. I'll check your VIN for any open field actions as well.

Let me know if that's something you'd like us to do. We're here to assist!

Regards,

Geoff G.

They must be broken down somewhere. :help: They haven't bothered coming back here after their initial post
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