Well, it could have just got a bad signal from the distributor, and shut off. All you have ia a Single Module Engine Controller, ignition coil, and distributor. I would think if the coil went bad, it would stay bad. The distributor sends the signal to the controller for crankshaft and camshaft positions. An interuption of that signal could cause it you malfunction. I read that if the SMEC does not see a valid signal for 2 seconds from the distributor, it will activate the auto shut down which kills power to the coil and fuel pump. Might be the place to start your trouble shooting.
I would also think if the SMEC was overheating, it wouldnt just start right back up.
Saturday, July 29th, 2006 AT 8:17 PM