25 year ASE master tech
- Aug 16, 2013
I think that's where I'm at because now it is a complete stall and not just a nose dive while rolling into boost. Had to restart it like 6 times to drive 15 miles lol. But of course when you bring it back to put a scope on the sensor, it won't do it again lol. It will restart after about 30 seconds and actually keep going for a few before it cuts out again. And if i remember correctly these cars will still run if it's the cam cutting out. Does anybody finally make modules and coil packs that actually last more than a couple years? Thanks againCheck the crank sensor. That was the issue for me. If it starts up right after it cuts out that can be the problem. It started cutting off every once in a while last summer. This summer it cut off every time after thirty minutes of driving. The car cut off twice going into boost you'd can easly think it was a maf issue cause it fluttered and cut out. It's just a list of diagnostics you have to perform i.e; battery cables to starter, engine grounds, condition of ecu orange wire, harness seated properly to ecu, chip seated properly in ecu, tap maf no stumble not a maf issue, ign coil check ohms, module, fuel pressure blips or dips for fuel pump inconsistencies issues, cam sensor and crank sensor. Start with least difficult to difficult. If it happens to be the crank sensor and you have a new style crank sensor bracket on your engine, its an easy fix.