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Old 05-07-2006, 04:44 PM   #1
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Default '92 SE dies after warmup; clicking evap canister solenoid

Hello all, hope you can help. Recently replaced the water pump on my Bonnie, after which I immediately started having problems with the engine stalling after maybe 10 mins. of running. The Evap canister purge solenoid was clicking, so I replaced it and some small sections of fuel line which feed into and out of it. No help. It continues to do the same thing. Does anyone have suggestions? Thanx
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Your evap clicking is normal, and those are vacuum lines, not fuel lines.

For your stalling, I suggest checking your coils (article in Techinfo) and pulling codes (article in Techinfo).
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Your evap clicking is normal, and those are vacuum lines, not fuel lines.

For your stalling, I suggest checking your coils (article in Techinfo) and pulling codes (article in Techinfo).

I checked the codes and it flashes 58, pass keycircuit. Any suggestions?
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Ignore it. That'* a known bug in the 92 PCM. Please read Techinfo.
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ok, I checked the coils, and they all checked out normally. The ICM was replaced last year, so what do you think? I'm totally at a loss on this, and really need to get this car going. Any suggestions? Thanks!
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After the car warms up and dies, can you restart it and let it idle or do you have to let it cool off again to start it? Does it only die under load or will it die at an idle as well?
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Being that you replaced the water pump, double check the connectors for the camshaft sensor (just left and below the water pump) and the crank sensor (about 3 o'clock to the harmonic balancer)

Also check the wiring harness to ensure it didn't get pinched during the reinstall of a part.
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No, I cannot restart it for about 10-20 mins. It dies regardless of load, all it has to do is sit and warm up to stall out. It dies immediately( after warm up) without sputtering or any warning at all. I'll check those connections and get back to you.

Thanks everyone!!!!!
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Sounds a lot like the Crank sensor is biting the dust

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ok, I checked all of those connections, and they are all good, still died after warmup. Crank sensor huh? I'll check that out next. Thanks!!
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