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You may have a melted fusable link at the starter motor. Something would have caused this link to melt. Have a look at the wiring on the starter to see if one is melted or come apart and repair as necessary
Posted on Apr 12, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a similar situation and after some research, I discovered it was doing what many referred to as "Phantom Stalling" It would only happen once in a while and when I wanted the mechanic to see it, it never happened for him.
Keep an eye every so often on your RPM gauge (beside the speedometer) and see if it cuts out completely and does not move when you speed up (shows 0 even though your still in in drive and moving). Mine would do that and after a few minutes the car would stall and I would have a hard time starting it back up.
What I found out was that my "Crankshaft sensor" had gone bad. I picked up a new one at AutoZone and had the mechanic replace it.
My car has not stalled since Ive had the sensor replaced and I found that when I was ideling, the idle was a lot smoother than befor.
Hope this helps you.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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