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I just purchased a 1995 Base Buick Park Ave 69,000 miles. In less than 50 miles it had stalled on interstate after a short jerky rough idle event. After stopping I was able to restart the car with a rough idle. In a few seconds the engine smoothed out and I was able to resume. I took a shot at replacing Crank Positioning Sensor with no success and know the Control Module. It is still randomly stalling under low load conditions. I am not able to get it car to stall under acceleration. Although I have not pushed the car. Your help is appreciated. Larry

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  • ldd1980 Nov 12, 2009

    The shop that had it said it stored no codes.

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Hi Larry,

Firstly, you need to query your vehicle's onboard diagnostic computer to see if the computer has retained any fault codes.

Can you please confirm if you vehicle has this Data connector under the dash (above the knee on either driver or passenger side):

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If yes, then I will show you have to extract the codes, by jumping the appropriate pins.

Await your response...

Scott

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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