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Fuel pump pressure test .crank angle sensor test.
Posted on Dec 02, 2012
Sounds to me like a faulty crank or cam sensor. sometimes they act up when the motor is warm or at temp. this sensor will fail complety in time, then no restart till replaced.
Posted on Dec 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like either the ignition module and or a coil pack is the culprit. I dont remember what year they changed it but if your is the one where the coil packs/module are located on the back of the motor they are a little tricky to get to. You need to remove dog bone mount and replace with a tool that will pull the motor forward so you can gain easier access...good luck. Hopefully yours are right on the top where they should have been since day one... :-)
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
This sounds like a classic fuel system problem. Manually check your 1 & 3 plugs to prove /disprove the code. If they're OK, which I'll bet they are, check the fuel pump. If it tests good then you have a fouled gas tank, I'll bet. Especially if you live in the Northwest. If you let it sit with low fuel, the extra air space lets condensation form, causing rust and moisture in your gas. Usually changing the fuel filter will give you some temporory improvement if this is the problem. If it didn't then it could be your air intake not delivering enough flow to give it the proper fuel/air ratio. When's the last time you changed the air filter?
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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Disconnect the battery completely, try turning the key with the battery disconnected. Put the battery back together. The check engine light should be off now..
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
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