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You will need to change the crank position sensor first and see if it corrects the problem. It is located behind the engine near the firewall. It's a bit tricky to get to it, you would need to rotate the engine forward then look under the exhaust manifold and under the cylinder closest to the drivers side. Use a 10 mm deep socket to loosen bolt. After replacement and it is still stalling then you will need to replace the ECM (vehicle computer). If it turns out to be the computer, go to your local junkyard to get an inexpensive replacement Click on the link below to view the CPS, it is around $22
To be 100% sure it is 1-2-3-4-5-6. Your number one Cylinder is located on the backside of the engine (closest to the windshield) on the Passenger (aka right) side of the engine. Number two is located on the front of the enging (closest to the bumper)farthest right (passenger side). So the cylinder numbers on the back of the engine are 1-3-5 and the cylinders on the front of the vehicle are 2-4-6.
My 89 olds cutlass did the same thing....Shop fixed her, they replaced the knock sensor....I also had the fuel filter replaced, they sold me a can of MG injector cleaner too..Out on the highway the service engine light would come on and she would cut out under a load....Then she would crank but not start ( she would start eventually).....Runs great now....bill was $250
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Should be a fuse panel under the hood, passenger side near the coolant tank and radiator inlet. In that panel should be 2 large square fuses. These are fuse/relay combo deals. Switching these out should fix you right up. Mine had the same problem about a month ago and I had to replace them then.