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I have a 1999 chevy s-10 with a 2.2 motor. When I got it 2 injector was not working ,change crankshaft position sensor, cam sensor, and now change the ECM computer!! It will start but dies right after!! I could not find a ECM for my truck but a junk yard said that one out of a cavalier with a 2.4 would work ,so that the ECM I have in it but the # does match!!!!

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1) replace your old ECM. 2) check cam sensor positioning. It's probably off. 3) Junk Yard jockey's are just that. Be afraid, be very afraid....

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