Down by the crankshaft at the right fender, there is a connector that plugs onto the crank sensor, check the connector for being on tight, you will feel it click on, or maybe it even needs a new sensor, they only cost 20.00 at Autozone. This is the sensor responsible for spark control. Can also be a faulty ignition switch, or loose connections to the PCM, or poor PCM grounds. Sensor is common on these.
Thursday, January 21st, 2010 AT 9:50 PM