More About Points »
his name isn't rookie it's rawketstarling
He asked about why his truck would stall after he'd been driving it awhile. The answer given was to get a diagnostic. The diagnostic would have to be hooked up when the problem occurs to see what sensor is being tripped. It just does it sometimes. Very frustrating. I think it's one of the sensors tripping. But how do I know which one it is? I fixed some vacuum lines and it didn't do it for a long time. I wish I knew what to fix. His ? Has all the details. My truck does the exact thing. Sometimes, when its hot, it kills the engine. Sometimes it takes a lil while, sometimes a long while to start again.
Did you figure out that problem? Mine is doing the same thing. Initially I found broken vacuum hoses from the PVC valve. After I replaced them it stopped doing it... Until recently. I think it's one of the sensors. The guy that answered you said diagnose but it would have to be hooked up when the problem is accruing. Let me know what you did please. So frustrating.