Its fixed, finally, Now it could of been a combination of things or one thing. But I took out the Crankcase position sensor, and it was gummed up good, I cleaned it up and reinserted it, As I was doing that I noticed a couple drops of oil trickling down the block, the oil pressure sensor had oil coming out the male end of the plug, So I took that out and replaced it. I drove it home that evening (34 miles total) but it was at night so I had no way of knowing if the issue was fixed. Today I racked off 145 miles of stall free driving. I almost nutted. Since I bought this truck 5 weeks ago, thats the first time Ive been able to drive it without stalling. Now I think I know why when I put water on the ignition control module that it would fire up, my theory is this, the module was probably fine, but since the crankcase position sensor sits right next to the module, it was the part that when cooled down allowed the car to operate not the module. So all in all to get this problem fixed I installed a fuel pump, fuel filter, oil pressure sensor, engine coolant temp. Sensor, Air intake sensor, thermostat, spark plugs, ignition control module, coils, crankcase position sensor, fuel pump relay, cleaned the catalytic converter, re wired all grounds and pulled my hair out and cursed this truck to no end, but its running and damn fine I might add. But to be honest, im not sure what the fix really was, the oil pressure sensor, or the crankcase position sensor. So thanks for the help, but atleast I got the ignition control module and the coils for free, that was a huge savings.
Friday, August 29th, 2014 AT 8:39 PM