2005 saturn l300 3.0 v6. car runs fantastic no issues whatsoever, with the exception of: car randomly dies. it runs great for about 2, sometimes more hours, then will just randomly die.

Asked by Jan 24, 2016 at 07:39 AM about the Saturn L-Series

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Cars security system was completely replaced, new fuel pump, new key
made, new crank, tps, and mass air sensor, as well as a new computer. the
car runs perfect, until it doesnt. no idea what this problem could be, I am a
mechanic, but im out of ideas. Also, EVERY relay, and fuse is new on the car.
thanks guys.

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Oh also, No diagnostic machine, or scan tool/code reader will bring up anything at all on the vehicle. Thought maybe it was a "ghost" in the computer, so it was replaced as well, but it didnt help it.

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