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1998 oldsmobile 88 put in new pcm module car started quit

Put in new pcm module like you said it it was programed to vin number of car car started, ran for 5 min everything worked than quit running and wont restart what is the best thing to look at know ??? thank you !!

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  • vknightwolf Jul 21, 2010

    yes but i dont know howe to do the test

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The 1st thing u need to do is run a OBD fault code test with a code reader or a OBD2 scan tool which ever you have, the basic code reader is avail from any auto parts store for around $40.

Posted on Jul 21, 2010

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    yadayada Jul 21, 2010

    THE PLUG FOR THE SCAN TOOL IS UNDER THE DASH IN FRONT OF THE STEERING WHEEL, JUST PLUG IN THE CODE READER AND TURN THE KEY ON, WATCH THE READOUT FOR CODE GENERATION.

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