Question about 2002 Chevrolet Malibu
Should not be too expensive to fix. There are two aspects to this one is the generation of the spark and two is the timing of the spark. So for the timing locate your crank sensor along the edge of the engine flywheel housing and remove it. Give it a good clean and inspect it closely. Check the electrical connection. If the sensor is obviously cracked renew it. Now check the cam sensor for the same. Lastly, look at the ignition coil performance ..by checking the health of the spark on each of the plugs. Sudden death whilst running is most usually associated with one of the above and renewal of everything should eliminate the problem for good.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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