Question about 2000 Chevrolet Tracker
My 2000 Chevy tracker dies spontaneously when idle at a stop light, drive through, etc. I let it rest for about 5 minutes then no problem it starts right up and drives only to do the same thing - maybe within days or hours later.
The tracker has been in repair more than a dozen times. The engine reading reads "nothing wrong with the engine." I've change just about everything the repair shops can think of, but still the problem still exists. Amongst the items of repair included the main computer brain of the car which was very costly and yet the problem still exists. Otherwise the car is in good condition, but I can't rely on a car that may or may not die when carpooling to work or school activities.
Recently, the focus has been on the gas area/process of the car. The gas tank was found clean of debris and the filter and fuel pump was changed. The problem still exists after this change as well. Can you please help me find a solution....money's very tight, but I need my car. Your help will be so much appreciated!
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I had one of these problem childs in my shop after hours of no problem . finnaly it died at the repair shop this problem was related directly to heat and with a scann tool i could see erratic crank reference . let it sit for 5 or so min it fired right back up . this is the ticket when the problem happens lay on the gas while turning it over if you hear it poping out the intake or out out the exhaust like spark is at the wrong time you have your answer. on these motors the injector pulse is responsibility of cam sensor and spark is the cranksensors duo.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Try the crank position sensor please rate -jeff
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
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