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Old 03 May 2012, 01:58 pm
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Default intermittant miss

Hello I need HELP, 05 cruiser while driving cel comes on and car starts missing really bad. bucking, jumping. pull over and turn off switch then restart and engine does fine for a while, sometimes acouple min. other times longer. after engine is restarted cel is not on and no codes are stored in computer=as per obd2. I have let it die and kept the key on and got a code for "A" coil secondary circuit. Replaced coil plugs wires computer camshaft sensor,battery (which goes dead after 2 days of no driving.) ANY IDEAS? Thanks in advance for ANY thoughts. BOBRAT
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Old 03 May 2012, 02:45 pm
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Default Re: intermittant miss

If the battery goes dead after 2 days, you have a short somewhere that's draining it. It could also cause the miss your experiencing. You need to track it down. Any after market devices added the the car like an alarm or remote start?
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