This did not solve the problem I am having. The car stalls at random times with no real rhyme or reason. I thought it was during hot days but I towed my camper with no problems then when going to get gas with no camper it stalled. It typically just quits at idle but if I am driving I can sometimes feel a slight bucking. If I try to immediate restart it behaves like I removed the idle air control harness while it was running.
No trouble codes, fuel pump and fuel pump harness replaced, MAP, MAF, ignition control switch, coolant temp sensor, new plugs and wires, new relays for fuel pump and ignition (they were hot but still seem hot with new ones), removed and cleaned throttle body and IAC hole, repaired frayed wires causing evap leak code and for ac pressure sensor, checked all fuses and cleaned contacts, new battery, 1 new cat, new downstream O2 sensors, new gas cap, new rear break lines, new bleeder screws all around (shop bled the lines with a tool), repaired broken wire under drivers seat for air bag in seat, repaired a previous owners hack job with the media center controller and checked all under hood vacuum lines using soapy water.
Not all those changes were a part of this issue but thats what I have done over the last month. I have also had this to a mechanic I trust and he cant find the issue. Its only stalled once when he had it so the intermittent issue is a pain.
Things that I know are left are a small manifold leak, needs new brakes and rotors all around and lower drivers side controller arm is slightly bent and rusted.
The random stalling issue is my biggest concern right now. I know I gave too much information but I figured too much was better than not enough.
Thanks in advance!
Monday, June 26th, 2017 AT 1:10 PM