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Old 02-04-20, 06:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Still cutting out when driving...but no codes showing???

Okay, so originally was getting codes on Iac valve, swapped it out for better one, was getting code for ECT sensor, swapped it for new one...r3eplaced broken PCV, adjust fast Idle thermo back and forth listening to idle....
What would cause engine while driving after warmed up to cut off?? It wont crank back up until about a minute passes or after a maybe 6 o5 7 crank attempts. It will start...rev high...then die immediately....when this happens. Does it maybe once or twice out of week.
No codes are showing now...so ??? I will inform that I have a seeping headgasket thats been that way for maybe a year now...have to bleed cooling system once a week....and valve seals are bad, but seals have been bad for past few years...this is just my to work and home car until I really get under the hood.....
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Hi ellisjay2
I would first check your dipstick to see if water is in
your oil. possible gray oil or at least high on the stick. Since you mentioned you have a seeping head gasket, if water is getting into your cylinders, you might be experiencing vapor lock that drains down after turning over the motor if you are lucky. If not this could cause serious damage to your motor. Your temp gauge would run hot also. Also check crank position sensor. I had a 94 Legend that overheated, cylinders vapor locked and had to have heads pulled and plained not a simple or cheap job. Lucky for me, my son is a mechanic. Good luck
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Could be main relay or ignition switch common issue with Honda and Acura especially rls
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