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Will not start dash saids HOT...AC Disable

I unplug the spark module & plug it back in $ it would start but not now

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  • tonytummillo Dec 29, 2008

    I have the same problem,I will be driving until the car warms up then it will stall and wont restart till it cools down. the engine light does not come on all the time and when it does it will always show cam sensor i have replaced cam sensor as well as the crank sensor and replaced the fuel pump and filter

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There is a 4 wire splice about 4-6 inches behind the door hinges under the carpet that corrodes and looses connection prompting the "hot ac diabled" data to come up on your diagnostic , not every case but you already replaced the fuel pump. take out the plastic on the drivers side and lift up the carpet . there should be a plastic sleeve around these wires . open that up check for corrosion and clean and repair wires as necesary

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