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Old 06-16-2009, 09:17 PM
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I concur with the strong possibility of the CPS. The easiest way to check is to leave the car running for a while at idle and go out and check on it every now and then. Bad CPS shuts off fuel and also tells the EZL to shut off spark. The CPS is a hall-effect sensor, so problems show up first at low engine speeds after warmed up.
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