I HAVE A . THE ENGINE QUITS RUNNING WHEN THE ENGINE WARMS UP. I REPLACED THE IGNITION CONTROL MODULAR AND COIL PACK. COULD IT BE A SENSOR?
1992 Buick Century • 100,000 miles
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When it dies, you need to check to see if the engine is getting spark and the proper amount of fuel. Once you do that, then you can focus on a specific component.
It gets spark & fuel. It dies when it's warm. Sometimes it will start in an hour and sometimes overnight.
Sorry - no spark but fuel. Same others apply.
Okay, if it loses spark and won't restart, it is an ignition system issue. The first thing that I would start with is the crank sensor.
Will the temperature sensor or the oil pressure sensor cause it to die?
Can the crank sensor be tested on vehicle?
I believe your vehicle will shut down if the oil pressure is lost. As far as the crank sensor, I recommend remove it and have a parts store test it for you.
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