It stalled out on her a few weeks ago, and I am having trouble figuring out what is going on.
It will stall out, and you cannot get it to start. wait a few days, and then it will start up, and run for about 5 minutes, and then quit.
We have swapped out the distributer, ignition coil, and computer from a truck that was running, and it still does the same thing. I have also swapped out the iginition switch on the lower end of the column.
The Check engine light has not come on, so I have not pulled any codes.
Any suggestions? Any and all will be appreciated.
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When it stalls check for fuel pressure at the fuel rail at the motor that will give you a idea if it’s fuel related. If it hasn’t been replaced I would replace the fuel filter. If it has fuel check to see if it’s firing at the plugs that will tell you if its ignition related. For me I usually do one thing at a time instead of two or three at a time that way I can see if it helped, hurt or made no difference with the problem. Also as already stated I would run a code scan to see if there were any codes or pending codes
Okay, I had a few minutes this afternoon, and I replaced the ignition module, and pulled the trouble codes.
If I read the codes right they were: 625, 624, 637, 654, 555, 621. Most of these relate to the transmission. I don't understand this.
I am not getting a spark at the distributor cap. I have replaced the following items off of an identical truck that was hauled off to the junk yard: ignition coil, distributor, ignition module, and computer. The truck that was hauled off was running, just in bad shape (smoked) and body wise.
Today I replaced the ignition module (new) and the ignition switch on the lower steering column (new).
I took a small screwdriver and pushed the bleeder valve on the fuel rail, and gas spit out, so I have fuel pressure.
I am getting no spark at the distributor cap. I am checking this with a screwdriver plugged into the coil wire and held just off the center pin of the cap.
I am totally stumped. I really don't have the money to put it in the shop, but this truck has been down for a month, and my daughter needs it for back and forth to school and after school stuff.
I took the truck to a firned of mine that owns a garage. He pulled the codes, and if I remember correctly, they were 637 and 624. He figured out that the coil is only firing once, and then no fire at all.