Just a little history that might shed some light on the situation.
Previous owner, my roomate, has a studder in excelleration at speeds near 50 which goes away at 60 mph.
He decides to change the coil thinking the problem will go away.
Shortly after, say within a month, we start having these shutdown problems. First it is a short duration where the vehicle will not restart but after waiting 30 minutes Voila.
This progress with the shutdowns taking longer intervals before reset and restart.
Finally, the cam sensor goes. No start, Period.
Mechanic puts in new cam sensor and away we go.
Shuts down and won't start on the same day as picking it up at mechanics.
Mechanic says Oh! we should have changed the crank sensor at the same time. They should be changed in pairs. Re installs new cam sensor and cranksensor without labour charge.
Same day car stalls at idle and it appears that it may be the cam sensor again.
Do you think that my roommate may have cracked the ICM when installing the coils and this is the root to all these evils?
After all three cam sensors indicate to me that there is a short somewhere.
Thanks for your input.