Engine Performance problem
1992 Buick Century 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 142222 miles
I have a 92 Buick that runs, I pressured washed it a week ago to get the grease off the engine. The car ran fine, later that night it stalled out and would not start again for 10-15 minutes. When it did it ran fine. Got the car home and let it sit for a day or two. Still would not start, I tried the WD-40 Trick under the coil packs and around the crankshaft position sensor and it fired right up. This week I drove in the rain, when I got to work it stalled and would restart, went to lunch, the car would not start again, it sat for about an hour for lunch. When I was able to restart it, it ran fine. When I got back to work it stalled out again, this time I could not get it restarted. I towed it home and pulled the module under the coil packs off and had Auto Zone test it. They ran the test 20 – 30 time and it passed with flying colors. I bought some Brake Clean to clean off all the contact that had WD-40 on them, dried them off and put some Di-Electric Grease on all contacts. Now, it still will not run, turns over fine though. I have ruled out the Crankshaft position sensor, and the only thing I can think of is the computer. Any insight?
have the same problem?
Friday, September 26th, 2008 AT 11:46 AM