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Old 02-25-2005, 10:38 AM   #11
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And, yes, I believe it has stalled, once before... not too sure, though...

And I'm actually right at half a tank. I looked before I went out again today, so that'* probably where it was at when it happened. Does the "Check Gauges" light have anything important to do with the diagnosis, though? I kind of slipped it in my original post, not sure if you guys saw it...

Thanks again to all for the help Thank God for the BC, hehe :P
Power steering went out cause you stalled and the check gauges light came on because the PCM said "Hmm thats interesting low oil pressure, no rpms, thats a problem... better set the idiot light"

So the light should have corisponded to the car shutting off. May want to have it scanned for codes int he history anyway?
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Good idea, about checking the codes...

I'll have to look into how to do that. Thanks for the tip
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Kyle, update your signature, and don't post mechanical problems in General Chat. We have a forum for that.
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My 93 did the same thing. It only would happen going around 1 perticular clover leaf.
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Lol, got love these weird problems...
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Take your left handed adjustable and tighten the fragistat sequencing.
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Lol...
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