dtc 18 @ operating temp only
you guys seem like a intelligent bunch so here'* my problem:
I own a 1992 bonnie supercharged and loaded to the ****. Beautiful car and very reliable however when something goes wrong it seems to cost a fortune and thats just for parts. I just recently had it die on me and shamefully pulled it home after not being able to repair it on the side of the road. I have found out that when it is good and cold (its -5 C here) it runs great, in fact almost top notch, burnouts, simulated drag, you name it however as soon as it reaches normal operating temp (95 C ) she decides to set a code 18 (cam/crank error) then sputter and die.
if i try to restart the engine it will do so with a little grief but will not exceed 1000 RPM, basically it idles but don't touch the gas peddle or it will stumble and sputter to death.
two or three months ago i replaced the cam sensor and even replaced a section of its wiring, and just to clear my doubts i went back to make sure my connections and wire were still good and no problems there.
my luck it'* probably the ICM or some other overpriced part.
anyways it'd be very appreciatted if someone might help point me to the problem
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