Okay, my previous post disappeared so if this shows up twice, I apologize in advance. Anyway, traveling approximately 40-45 MPH and my engine just quits. I was able to turn(very hard without power) to get off the road. I tried to restart the vehicle and it wouldn’t crank over. After calling roarside assistance and the PD, I tried again and it stated. On the same day, I was driving home from appointment and it happened again, this time while accelerating from a stop and making a left turn. Same scenario, only this time the truck turned over a lot quicker than the first time. A couple days later, it happens again while accellerating after a stop and making a left hand turn. Now I call the mechanics and ask if this could have something to do with the module they replaced for my AC. They check out the truck and get a new module to install, which they did under warranty. We also left the truck with them to drive to see if it did it to them, it didn’t. So DH takes truck and he drives it and it does it to him. Now though, with me and with him, the truck seems to start back up quicker then the first and subsequent times. We are going away for a bit and plan to leave the truck with the mechanics to drive to see if it does it to them since they still haven’t had it happen while they’ve had it. I’m stumped. They were able to fix the ac very reasonably and a few other things have popped up, but this truck has been really good to me and I’m trying to drive it into the ground, so to speak, as it still has very low mileage for its age. Of course, the thought of it just conking out while driving is very disconcerting. I wait until the roads are completely clear to do u-turns and such, but in the back of my mind, I know it can shut off anytime.
One other thing, each time it shuts off, the ac and electrical is still working; it just doesn’t get any gas.
Has anyone encountered something like this before and were you able to find the problem?