87 2.2 TBI Auto Aries.
Randomly stalls or tries to, typically after engine warm up.
Only code has been coolant temp sensor, which I’ve replaced twice now, both new Mopar units. However Does not always set code.
Took all the wire loom off to inspect HEP wiring as well as temp...
While working on the Speed Distance sensor issue on my Turbo Z another gremlin surfaced. After letting the car idle for 20 minutes or so it died out of the blue.... wouldnt restart..... changed HEP... started ran fine for 10 minutes.... died again..... You can hear the ASD click and fuel pump...
Is it possible to test a HEP out of the car?
I have no continuity from any of the three pins of the plg to anything metallic in the HEP sensor. I've read the diagnostic info in a Haynes manual and not sure if it applies to my car. I'll probably try to get thru the fault logic diagram.
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hi everyone,well what was supposed to be a simple valve cover gasket replacment turned into a timing belt replacement also when I discovered it in bad shape .I did everything right replacing the belt,but when I tried to start it last night,i got nothing,no spark,no power loss lamp.I waited...
When you replace your HEP, do yourself a favor and do the following:
1) Pull the distributor
2) Check the shutter wheel to make sure it is not loose
3) Check the shaft for play
4) Set your HEP on the distributor and spin it by hand to make sure that the shutter is not hitting the HEP