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Why does Seger stop after running for awhile? Then starts back after a few minutes?

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SOURCE: No oil Pressure, with knock. then oil pressure returns after turning off engine for a few minutes and cranking back up again.

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SOURCE: starts up good, but cuts back off. start it up

check fuse pump

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SOURCE: runs good for a few

Crank sensor.

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SOURCE: van dont stay running

I don't know what brand of vehicle you have, but I would suspect a bad crankshaft sensor or camshaft sensor. Could possibly be a PCM if both of those are good.

Posted on Feb 10, 2012

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