I have a 1999 Chevy Suburban that has been dying regularly. I've had this truck worked on by my local shop as well as the dealer. So far I've replaced the battery, battery cable where to the starter, ignition control module, fuel pump, fuel fliter, distributer, rotor, plugs, wires, fuel lines all without fixing the problem. I had it at the dealer last night and was told to replace the camshaft sensor, but the next statement from the dealer mechanic was the it was a "guessing game". I'm not sure that is an acceptable answer but I'm having no luck. The dealer pulled a code: P1351. When the check engine light is on it will spit and sputter and backfire if I give it the gas. If I baby it, it runs fine. If the check engine light is not on it runs great. I'm on the verge of a trade-in, and the wife wants a mini-van. Please help! Should I try the camshaft sensor or put her to pasture!
have the same problem?
Thursday, August 14th, 2008 AT 8:22 AM