I can be driving the car fine 1 minute then I hit a puddle or backsplash from the road and it stalls. I try to restart, however at this point it continues to stall on start up.. I have replaced all wiring and the distributor cap. It seems to have the same problem when it is damp out as well even after I start it and allow it to run. It has been to 3 mechanics and they cant't seem to find the problem.
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All the electrical plugs should be weather pack plugs. this type of water and the low pressure of it, shouldn't get into them. If it was a lot of water, check the air filter. If it is misfiring, check spark plugs wires and or coil boots. which ever you have.
Check your coil for cracks or signs of corrosion. If you instead have a distributor cap, do the same. If it all looks okay, start the vehicle and pop the hood. Get a water bottle or something to spray water with and start getting the wires and coil and distributor wet until the truck stalls. Make sure to do it slowly so you can tell what part you soaked that caused the truck to stall.
I dont use this word much but im Assumeing that YOUR mechanic scanned the computer and checked the coolant sensor or other possible causes,Ive ran across this many times before so bare with me,Have your mechanic try a known good Airflow meter and dont forget to check the main airboot for rips,cracks or tears in the seams,gotta inspect all the areas where it is accordianed for flexibility,another one is moisture penetrating into the distributor cap,got more if ya need them hope this helped let me know have a good day Darrell
the crank pulleys (also called a harmonic dampener) on these vehicle are a fairly common failure. as they begin to break apart, the pulley will begin to have a wobble as the engine runs, causing the drive belts that power your alternator, power steering, etc to loosen off. when the belts then get wet, combined with being loose, they will slip, causing your accessories not to work. hope this was helpful!
when i start my 91 s10 blazer it try to stall so i have to give it gas to keep it running then when i leave out of the drive way and go down the road it has problem get the right amountof gas to go but once it hit 60 -70 mile an hour its fine
Take a look at the ignition system, most likely there are coils and ignition wires on this car, but don't quote me on it. However, this is very likely on a seventeen year old car.
Anyway, if the wires are more than four or five years old, it might be a good idea to replace them as moisture tends to get into the insulation and cause a misfire or stall. (I had this problem with my '89 Tracer and it drove me nuts). Another issue is check the ignition coils and make sure there are no cracks as these will less moisture in and cause a misfire.
The PCO 133 I believe is ABS issue. One of the sensors may have been ruined or disconnected after water trip.
PCO135 i suspect is HVAC, or heating/cooling data. Some chip or part may have gotten wet. Does the air and/or heat still work?
The AC code is air conditioning related. Is there the word "history" or "current" next to any of the codes? You may have old codes. There are a couple of ways to reset the codes. But i'm not sure if that is necessary for your car. I suspect you may have to take the car to a dealer/mechanic; which might not be a bad idea considering you just went through a gaping 3 ft puddle.
hope this helps