My wife experienced an engine stall while at a light. I brought it to our local mechanic and he recommended new wiring, fluid flushing and cleaned up the fuel system. After that, my wife was coming down an off ramp and it stalled again. We returned to our mechanic and he did a diagnostic troubleshoot and found code P0741. Would this have anything to do with the stalling? If not, what could it possibly be? Thanks for your help.
Engine Stall on 1999 Cadillac Seville SLS
by philcav in Rochester, NH on September 05, 2010
2 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by Oakman on September 09, 2010
The Code p0741 on your 1999 Cadillac Seville SLS is a transmission code related to the lock up torque converter. It generally indicates an internal transmission fault which can be corrected by performing the repairs outlined in GM service bulletin #04-07-30-034A. As far as the stalling goes, a common fault would be with one or both of the crankshaft position sensors.
COMMENT by Visitor on September 09, 2010
Thanks for your response. Could there possibly be other sensors which may be causing the problem?
ANSWER by Visitor on January 07, 2011
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