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ENGINE STALLS AFTER REACHING OPERATING TEMP. - 1993 GMC Safari

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  • jbatchel7 Nov 07, 2008

    no i havnt been able to drive anywhere because **** only good for a few miles. fires right up after engine cools.

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Have you had the computer tested for trouble codes? I suspect thast the crank sensor is defective

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    yadayada Nov 07, 2008

    Since the answer is no why the Thanks For Trying??

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    yadayada Nov 07, 2008

    and your reply to the rating, we help here for free, thanks for trying is unjust rating.

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