Eight months ago my car stalled when I was driving it. I pulled over and tried starting it. It took a while but eventually started. It went into a "safe" mode and would barely move (stays in fifth gear). I drove it home, checked the CEL code and it was the crankshaft sensor and one bank on my camshaft sensors. I changed them both out with aftermarket sensors and a month later, car wouldn't start. I had it towed to a shop this time and apparently it turned out to be the crankshaft sensor again. Had that replaced with OEM part from the dealer this time. Fast forward six months, I was just getting my oil changed (I normally do it myself but I wanted to pamper myself) and when they completed and parked the car, I got in to start it and it happened again! Car had no power but was able to move. I drove home slowly, parked it and one hour later when to try it again. Started no problem and went right into gear like nothing ever happened. Is there something else I could do to prevent this? Thank you for any information, Don
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Monday, August 5th, 2019 AT 9:49 PM