1997 Chevrolet Impala Repair Question
'97 328is stalling problem?
Idle Control Valve (ICV)
Mass Air Flow Meter (MAF)
Throttle Position Sensor (TPS)
TCC Lock-up Solenoid (In transmission)
All Vacuum Lines and Hoses
I am starting to lean more towards this being a automatic transmission problem, more so than a intake or engine problem.
Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated from [u:c573e2ff45]anyone[/u:c573e2ff45] at this point. I don't know where to go from here.
Also, I have never gotten a "Check Engine" light at any time, nor has scanning the OBC renderred any fault codes of any kind.
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Have you tried a coolant sensor?
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Yes. I did a cooling fan mod a few months ago, in which I replaced the cooling temp sensor with a cooler one, as well as a cooler thermostat and removal of the belt driven fan. I thought maybe the engine was not getting up to the correct cooling temp, so I put the old temp sensor back in, but it didn't make any difference in the stalling problem I am having.
Could the thermostat possibly be the culpret in conjunction with the temp sensor?
I have already tried putting a piece of cardboard in front of the radiator to get it to run a little hotter, and that made no difference either.
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The coolant sensor for the computer is the one you should try.
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So, what you are saying is that there are [i:23e7c414b3]two[/i:23e7c414b3] coolant sensors on my bimmer? One for the fan, and one for the CPU?
Where is the one for the CPU located?
I have already replaced the one just below where the radiator cap is located next to the overflow bottle.
Thanks in advance-
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