I replaced the coil pack on the cruiser and when I ran it the car quit after 45 minutes. I checked all the sensors for shorts and found none. There were no error codes for brakes or air bags. And no trouble codes on the pcm. When the car died I checked it before it cooled off and still had no spark. I checked the wiring to the pcm and found no freyed or broken wires. I found another site that gave me ohm reading for the crank sensor. I bought a new crank sensor and compared it with the old one and it was 150 ohms different cold. I put in the new sensor and the car hasn't died since. I took it on a 120 mile trip and it worked fine. There's no way I would made that trip before without it quiting. Pat murray Stmaries Idaho.
Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 AT 5:07 PM