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I replaced the suspension rods but it not resolve the UL issue - still gave UL code even when run with no clothes in load -so I called Maytag for service.(Purchased REPAIR PLUS 1 which covers this repair and one year maintainence contract). Tech from local subcontractor service came out and said it was the bearing. I am still waiting for repair 10 days later because service contract required "approval" before he could order parts (7) including rotor and sensor although to fix bearing tech should only need bearing kit & tool to pull old bearing.
Sounds like backlight inverter board fault. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Screetchng sound are the common fault with this board.
Have your fuel pressure checked at the fuel rail. It should be just over 40lbs of pressure. If it is lower than 40 I would have your pump changed. From your description it sounds as if your pump is getting weak. And if you have plenty of pressure I would look towards the DIS module or the crank sensor, but the crank sensor should set and engine light.
I have an 05 with the same problem. Sounds like your STVA went out. Do you still have your butterflies wired open? I know how to repair the stva fixed mine, and saved hundreds....if your still on this post email me so we can get our bikes fixed. also check your kick stand sensor! This can malfunction and cause same stalling problems.
I followed this example for my '98 and now it works perfectly. I found a shop on eBay to rebuild my module (lifetime warranty) for under $200. It took me about 1 hour to pull it off and about 45 min to put it back on with minimum shop tools
I had/have the exact same problem with my 2004 Treg. I took it to the dealer in April and they told me it was the fuel pump and replace them. Everything was fine until the other day when it happened again. I took it to a local mechanic who told me it was the crankshaft sensor. If it happens again I'm selling the car for scrap!
I meant to add to my posted reply to this problem in that we're having the same problem with this TV:
This is a possible solution to the problem that unfortunately did not work for us. When we called the 1-800 support number for Funai, the tech on the line had only one suggestion other than it needing a repair shop fix. He suggested that we unplug its power cord for 45 minutes. This, he said,"would let all the power drain out of a big chip inside on its switchboard and let it reset itself upon being plugged back in". Sounded silly to me but in regards to being reset it does sound possible as most electronics these days do need to be reset time to time to fix troubles. I must add in regards to Funai that the tech was very kind, compassionate, empathetic and helpful regarding our trouble with the TV. I say that because I ranted against Funai in my eariler posting. I still stand behind my thoughts on that rant though because deceptive trade practices are basically a form of stealing hard earned money from a person for a product that is sold to them under deceptive practices. Buyer beware.