Question about GMC Safari
There is a Temp sensor for the computer that tells the Motor what the Temp is of the engine and when they do decide to take the big nap. It usually is that sensor remember to ask the temp switch that operates the computer control Not your temp Gauge. There are two so make sure you get that one, Alright that should get you going I just had the same problem on a chevy, Its tell the engine its is well below operating temp, It probably always starts good when it has sat all night or its cold out and then after its run for awhile it starts acting up missing running extremely rich and burning black smoke, I sure hope that helps you out a 15.00 dollar sensor can sure mess up your hole day,
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
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