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Old 02-22-2010, 01:32 PM   #1
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1998 Bonneville SE was running fine, cut off and would not start back up. Towed to shop and started like nothing was wrong, drove for 3 miles and cut off again. Fuel pump appears to be pumping up when ignition key is turned on. Friend of mine had a Tech ! and retrieved 2 codes:

P0 336 - 18 times reference signal circuit

P0 706 - transaxle range switch performance

Any help on what to replace to get my car started again.
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vin# 1G2HX52K6WH225452
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Ed,

You are describing a pretty common crank sensor issue. I'd swap it out ($30 part) and check the wiring to it while in the neighborhood.
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Thanks for the help, I did have this same sensor go out on my 1988 Bonneville years ago.I will replace and see if that fixes the problem.
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BTW the range switch is usually there was well because from time to time the engine will hiccup and restart. It sees a start in the wrong gear and tosses a range issue code.

My 97 drove me nuts on this one.
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Not that hard to change the sensor. There'* a write up on it in the tech info area.
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I'll chime in and verify the crankshaft sensor as the culprit. Same symptoms as on my '89 model- and that was the problem.
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