Satrts fine, seems to stall more often during the heat of the day, some of the longest drive times ive had without stalling is when its been at night. There are no error codes being given during the event, before or after, nothing. By accident one time while filling the radiator the hose slipped from my hands and sprayed water all over the ignition control module (while the truck had just stalled minutes before) I went and it started right up, I let it run and waited for it to stall again, I then sprayed the ICM and waalaah it fired up. I repeated that process like 6 times so I thought I got it, its the ICM. NOPE, wrong, I changed it out with a new AC Delco OEM ICM, still stalls. So lets cover what I have replaced all new all OEM. Fuel Pump, Fuel Filter, Oil Pressure Sensor, Engine Coolant Temperature sensor, Ignition Control Module, Thermostat, New Spark Plugs, Checked and cleaned grounding wires, Air Intake Sensor. Question could a clogged or damaged Catalytic converter cause these problems? If so could I just pull the o2 sensor to determine if that was the case? Cuz I did do that also. What about a crankcase Position Sensor? Could that be causing this nightmare? I am at my end I need this truck for work, and its absolutely killing me not being able to track this problem down. What about the PCM? Anything any suggestions, I mean anything
have the same problem?
Wednesday, August 27th, 2014 AT 10:07 PM