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Stalls after driving for 10 min

Hi i have a 97 hyundai excel ive changed the plugs leds coil and it still stalls after driving for 10 min would it be the crank angle sencer

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  • trevor davies May 26, 2009

    it seams to lose spark when it stalls i have changed all the fuel filters and pump and changed the coil plugs and leades everyone i have spoke to has told me it is the crank sensor im gunna change that tomorrow and ill let you know how it goes thankyou for ur help

  • trevor davies May 27, 2009

    hi i have changed the crank sencer and the cam sencer

    now when u change gears from 1st to 2nd it sputers but when u go to 3rd it gose away could it be lack of fuel????

    please help me

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    2 things to check for when it dies, fuel & ignition (spark) one or the other must be missing.

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Ya it's a good chance, But I just hate throwing parts on without knowing for sure, but hey, it's your money, and it may be the cure. Good Luck.

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IT COULD BE THE CRANK SENSOR BUT THE ONLY WAY TO BE SURE IS TO EXTRACT THE CODES FROM THE ENGINE'S COMPUTER. DOING THIS FIRST WILL ELIMINATE GUESS-WORK AND PINPOINT THE SOURCE OF THE STALLING ISSUE. SOME AUTO PARTS STORES WILL FIND THESE CODES FREE OF CHARGE. CALL AROUND BEFORE DRIVING AROUND. I HOPE THIS HELPS. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED. THANKS FOR USING FIX-YA AND FOR AN HONEST RATING IN ADVANCE. GOOD LUCK.

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