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Stalling while driving,then does'nt want to start until it sits for a period of time.fuel pressure is good, no codes are showing.when it does quit i have no fire from the coil pack. i can move the wiring harness around that connects to the coil pack which also goes to the cam sensor and it will then start. am i looking at the possibilty of a defective cam sensor or what is your idea. this is a 1993 chrysler new yorker with a 3.3l engine

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  • jeffmiller90 Jul 13, 2010

    last guy sent me to other sights to ask my question, what good is that.since i ask the question the car has sat long enough tom where it starts, but it will quit again when itn warms up.what supplies power to the coil pack? when this won't start, i have no voltage coming from the coil

  • jeffmiller90 Jul 16, 2010

    OK THANK YOU

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Hi Friend:

#1) Yes it sounds like your heading in the Right direction, It could be a Coil is Defective, Sometimes the Coil Wire it alone can cause the Problem.

#2) Check All you Wire Connectins to and From Coil Pack a see if there Clean no Corrosion Build Up on Any including the Coils.

$3) Also Have you Checked your Spark Plugs for Fouling conditions? Or the Gap.AND your Spark Plug Wires could be Breaking down after engine is HOT.

#4) I Know you said you have good Fuel Pressure,But it would'nt Hurt to Check the Filter to in Case its Partially Plugged I had a T-Bird that would do the Samething and Ended up being something Inexpensive and Easy to Replace.

#5) Also Besides your Cam Shaft Sensor which it could be, but no Code on it does
nt eliminate the Possibility.

#6) Also Check all your Injector Connections and your Fuel Pressure Regulator.

#6) Last but The Least is Your Ingnition Switch or the Wiring to and From Switch.

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There are hundreds of possibilities as to why your car stalls while driving such as…
Dead battery, Low battery, bad ground wire to engine, bad power wire to starter, bad power wire to battery, bad connection at battery post or terminals, blown fuse, bad key switch, bad starter, bad fuel pump, bad injectors, out of gas, neutral safety switch, seized engine, broken connecting rod, no compression, no spark, bad oil pressure switch, broken timing chain, plugged fuel filter, bad starter solenoid, broken rotor, cracked distributor cap, Anti-theft device, water in/on engine, vacuum leak, bad ignition coil, blown computer, faulty cam or crank sensor ...

Please check the links bellow to diagnose your problem ….

http://www.ehow.com/howdoes_4924742_what-causes-car-stall-driving.html

http://www.2carpros.com/first_things/engine_stalls.htm

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