could i have a bad ecm

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Asked by Mar 15, 2012 at 01:13 PM about the Chevrolet S-10

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

driving down the road lost all power shut down and wouldnt start and has no spark

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Check fuses first , then coil. Let me know

715

it's more likely something else. like mike said check you coil and fuses, if they check out try the alternator. if you haven't done them in a while, plugs and wires are always a good idea too, though i'm certain they aren't your problem.

1,845

Also check fusible links under hood .One should be for ECM .Also bad crankshaft position sensor will do this."It doesn't know when to fire the plugs."

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As all above, never presume the worst as this can become costly!!! Always go back to basics - Is there fuel in the combustion chambers, is there a spark, is the top of the engine connected to the bottom i.e cambelt / timing chain broken??

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i believe its the icm modular

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i have a similar problem with my s10 driving down the road and out of nowhere it shut down i do have fuel pressure since i just change the fuel pump and i do have spark but the engine wont start it does shows a code po452 which is the fuel pressure sensor could that b my problem>??? please help

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Janier did you ever get an answer to your problem? Mine is doing the same thing.

I'm having same problem what was it?

1,845

If you are having problems with fuel delivery, the ground to the fuel pump could be your problem. If the wire connection to the frame is rusted ,corroded that would do it.

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