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Old 04-18-2010, 12:42 AM   #21
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Things that make you go hmmmm

I checked the crank sensor, and the wiring for the sensor was led up right behind a pulley that it has probavly been rubbing on since the car was new, the covering and one of the wires was worn through, I believe it would be the ground wire, it was a solid black wire, which would explain why it was intermittent.

Thanks for your suggestions and info, hopefully my problem is solved. Now to go for a nice long test drive!
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Old 04-18-2010, 10:12 AM   #22
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that sucks. but at least the crank sensor and wiring isn't hard to get to. every time I look at the little bent tab that is supposed to hold those wires away from the pulleys I wonder about how reliable it is.
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Don't celebrate yet.

Was the wire intact within the worn insulation? If it was and it was the ground wire then you have yet to find the problem.

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