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Old 12-07-2009, 12:38 PM   #11
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.....interesting drive to work just now. car must have stalled on me about a dozen times :* it will start up with no problem each and everytime but the RPM needle swings wildly in every which direction then the motor will sputter and stop.
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yes it has 3 feet that screw into the behind side of the dampner.
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Check the crank position sensor, sounds like there'* a problem there.
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GM pulley located! time to fix it tmrw!

.............now comes the drive home. ..this should be an interesting one :P

will keep u guys posted
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success!!! was able to borrow a puller from a mech at a GM dealership and we were able to get the crank pulley off in order to remove the crank sensor. replaced the old sensor with a brand new Delco sensor and put all the nuts and bolts back on. long story short car runs perfectly now!

... have noticed one small thing tho. when standing still at a traffic light my RPM'* usually flutter around 700-800 once the car is fully warmed up. shouldn't it be at 1,000? is there a way to correct this or am i just worrying about nothing?
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At temp that is about right.
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