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1990 chyrsler new yorker stalls at idle speed,  code 11 ,manual says no distributor refrence signal. there is no distributor.

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  • toomanykats Dec 29, 2008

    fuel injuection engines dont have distributors. that is why i dont know what it means.

  • toomanykats Dec 29, 2008

    does the crank sesor go to the speedometer? it doesnt work right either.  new spark plugs fixed the stalling problem

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Bad Distributor, change and that will take care of the problem the reference signal comes from a disk and a pick-up in the distributor

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

  • O Mclean Dec 29, 2008

    Sorry I made a mistake, the reference signal comes from the Crank sensor. Sorry about that good Luck

  • O Mclean Dec 29, 2008

    No the speedometer is control form the speed sensor in the transmission

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