Yesterday I was stopped at a Stop sign, and when I started up again my truck acted as if it were not getting any fuel. Sputtered and then died. It would restart, but do the exact same thing again.
I had it towed to a mechanic, and he is teling me that it is ("he thinks") a "Bad Crank Sensor and it will cost around $500 to fix."
I understand the crank sensor is used to send signals for firing, but should I question the $500 for this model truck? Is this reasonable?
have the same problem?
Friday, November 3rd, 2006 AT 2:41 PM