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Old 04-02-2009, 05:46 PM
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Oh S*^%!!

Well it finally happened to me, Ive read on here about problems with the engine shutting off out of no where well here I am. So Im driving about 50 with the pedal steady and bam in shuts off, I look down and the SES light is on give it a bit of throttle and comes right back on again. Searched with my predator for codes. NONE. Went on for about 10 min happens again but comes right back on and runs fine. Came back home (about an hour and a half drive) and everything was just fine. Any ideas guys???
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Old 04-02-2009, 05:49 PM
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replace the C.P.S.
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replace the C.P.S.
Thats the cam position sensor right?
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yep. my truck did the same thing and thats what fixed it.
If you take it to the dealer its a recall, they will fix it for free.
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yep. my truck did the same thing and thats what fixed it.
If you take it to the dealer its a recall, they will fix it for free.
Even better!! Thanks alot bud
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Even better!! Thanks alot bud
even though i replace my CPS with the "improved" version, i still have a spare in the glove compartment.
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even though i replace my CPS with the "improved" version, i still have a spare in the glove compartment.
I always keep a spare too.
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