99 Yukon is sputtering, coughing, stalling. Just had lifters/pushrods/rocker arms/camshaft/timing chain/MAP sensor replaced. WAS NOT doing this prior to the work. Help please as my mechanic says they cannot find anything byt I say again was not having this problem before work only the lifter knock.

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Asked by Sep 26, 2016 at 03:58 PM about the 1999 GMC Yukon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Has your car stalled today? Are you able to get it to start again?

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Not today its back at the mechanic. Stalled Friday-took back to shop - stalled Saturday when picking up from shop. Sometimes the idle drops to nothing then revs back up other times it just dies.

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Sorry for split answer. Once stalled it takes 3-6 times to re-start. It will either just turn but not start or it will pop and not start or it'll start n die again. After sitting a few minutes it will start and is questionable whether it will run or not

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Also ONLY does it when cold. After its warm enough it will run fine.

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Sound,s like they may have left a vacume loose,or a gasket on the intake not seated right,

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I'll ask today, thank you. Supposedly all lines are good but I don't know if they checked for cracks or not. Also mentioned gaskets to them this morning and asked if was sucking air or not, but don't know if they checked.

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Does it die on you at stop signs/stoplights? Does it start right back up?

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Oh sorry just saw your answer about it starting back up

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Only when cold - never warm. Starting takes several attempts before it'll stay running

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