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1992 SSei Stalling


Old 05-21-2003, 09:12 AM
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I'm a new member and would like some help with my 1992 6 cylinder. It is stalling out
ramdomly i.e. low speed and starting out from a stop light, has not happened on the highway!!! thank god. I can put into neutral and
restart it and keep going. This process happens 2 or 3 times and then stops. I did have a code 13 and I changed the oxygen sensor and also the plugs and the wires. It still stalls but no new codes. Any ideas?????
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With the O2 and plugs/wires looking good......I'd check the coil packs (there'* a procedure up in Techinfo) and check your fuel pressure. If both of those are good, remove and clean the TB.

Drive it some more, and see if you can set another code. If not, a realtime scan with a good scantool is in order.
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