Question about 2000 Chevrolet Express Cargo
I change wires, spark plugs, mass air flow sensor, what could be the problem van has 200,000 miles I even spray starting fluid it wont start
Could the crank sensor or cam sensor cause stalling in hot weather no problems in cooler weather
Posted on Jun 02, 2013
It would be beneficial to know the year, as 2003 for instance has known issues with the wiring harness to the ABS, Cam Position Sensor and the Crankshaft Position Sensor. On my 2003 I had the same symptoms and had no spark. I replaced the Crankshaft position Sensor ($72) and connector ($28 in 2012 money) and spent 10 minutes connecting it. 90% of the time, as reported to me personally by Goodwrench, the crank or cam sensor and/or the connector is the problem.
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