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Old 02-23-2009, 08:28 AM   #11
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Not usually no, they share the same power and grounds though. Maybe that'* a clue.
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Rockstar, can't answer your O2 sensor question. I can, however, say that I had the EXACT same symptoms with the tach dropping to zero randomly (which I ignored until it started the stalls). Crank position sensor change fixed it. No codes were present before the change.

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