Question about 1997 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Your going to need a diagnostic scanner that can read all the data in the ECM. Understanding what the data means will be the next step. Hopefully you have a code in memory to help diagnose this. If not then someone is going to have to drive the car with the scanner hooked up looking for any skewed data. Even if you have a code in memory you will need the manufacturer diagnostic procedures. If no code is in memory then your going to have to follow the symptoms flow chart to possibly find the problem.
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