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Old 06-29-2007, 05:56 PM   #1
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hi i am going tomorrow to by a 1995 bonneville ssei but the owner seems car dumb and said it makes a burp noise sometimes while hes driving and turns off but will start right back up... does anyone no what it could be.... i was told its the crank shaft sensor..?
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A burp?

Have you experienced this your self or are you hearing about it second hand?

Is this a Stall or does the owner restart it?

The 92-95 Bonnies all go through an EBCM/EBTCM self test.... This will happen from 12-14 mph generally and usually between 1st and 2nd gear.... It will be a Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.... Maybe 1 - 2 seconds... If thats the Brrrrrr he'* talking about than its the ABS Pump self test ...


I'd replace the crank sensor as a measure but that may not be the issue...

Would you by chance have a Scantool that will read it? and where are you located?

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im in allentown pa.... and the guy selling the car said the dealer told him its the crank sensor and would be $100 to replace.. he got 5 cars 1 is a 1997 ssei so he is selling this one instead of fixing he said..
and no i dont have a scan tool for this year but my local autozone lets you use theirs for free

its a 1995 with 114,000... miles sunroof and loaded and super clean.. is it worth the $1800 that i talked him down to...
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94 & 95 are the oddball years for reading your codes, basically you/autozone need an actron cp9110 with the odb2 cable. Its not very likely AZ has this anymore to read your codes. I would check with them first.
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