Question about 1985 Chevrolet Corvette
91 corvette...runs until cold start is finished and then dies
Most temperature sensor decrease in resistance as temperature goes up. As resistance decrease, current increases while the voltage remain constant, which is usually 5 volts. What you can do is unplug the temperature sensor, that should keep the car from dying for diagnostic purpose only.Look for a plug that is similar to the temperature sensor. Sometimes, a wire terminals is not plugged in where they should be. You know the the temperature sensor is working because the computer responded by turning the engine off. Only that it is connected to the wrong input of the computer thats why it does that. To sum it up look for similar looking wires terminals they maybe crossed. Look for sign where a wiring had been repaired. they may have been connected to the wrong place. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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