Question about Pontiac Trans Sport
It might be an issue with either the crank sensor that acts like a heat sink when hot and causes a change in internal resistance, causing it to not give proper feedback to the engine computer. Check to see if your tachometer needle is moving when cranking-if not change the crank sensor. If it sounds like it wants to start but won't, it is a fuel issue-either leaking injector O-rings or a fuel pump that has too low pressure as it heats up can be checked at the fuel rail with a pressure tester.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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