I have a 1995 Buick Century which stalls while driving. There are no indications of why? No indicator or check engine lights. If you try starting it after it stalls, it sputters and hardly stays started. But if you turn the ignition completley off, wait 10 seconds, it then starts-up and runs smoothly. Any ideas?? Need some help on this one. Thanks! TL
Please specify the configuration and liter size of the engine in this Century. Usually this sort of problem can be traced to a bad Crank Position Sensor, ignition module, or Cam Position Sensor (if a V6). More rarely the problem is the coil pack or the Engine Control Module.
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