VEHICAL SHUTTING DOWN
2004 Saturn L300 • 6 cylinder FWD Automatic • 96,000 miles
I have a 2004 Saturn L300 it's a V6 and I'm finding that most every time I stop at a stoplight the car shuts down. I even find it shutting down while the car is in motion. It takes my car anywhere between 5 - 30 minutes to restart again. Any solutions?
January 21, 2011.
January 21, 2011.
After my car dies I try to restart the car and it cranks but won't fire up. I did have a diagnostics done and they gave me the print outs. P0137: Heated Oxygen Sensor, P2501,P0300: Engine Control Module, P0335: Crankshaft Position Sensor. I spoke with my dad and grandpa and they said it also could be the Throttle Position Sensor.
I don't have a multimeter to do some testing on it. I want to replair it myself because it would be a cheaper way to go. But, I'm not sure where the Crankshaft Position Sensor is located. I know it's by the engine. And I don't have a Owner's Manual for my car. It didn't come with one. Also, they said that I will need a tune up. New Spark Plugs.
At a 100,000 mile's you will need new plug's among other thing's.You will need a multimeter to test the crank sensor when it doesn't start.The crank sensor is located right next to the oil filter housing it's held in by a small reverse torx head bolt.
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