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Old 03-26-2007, 09:41   #1 (permalink)
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cool 2004 cvpi, intermittant power failiure to PCM

I'm having a really hard time finding an intermittant problem with the power to the PCM suddenly dropping out. It seems to happen more when it's raining, and usually shortly after starting it up. Twice it did the same thing when hot & dry. After it stalls, the check engine light flickers dimly, and i can hear a couple of relays clicking. All the gauges go nuts just as it starts to act up. I found one bad terminal in the under-hood fuse panel, repaired it, with no success. Relays are testing ok, all fuses good. The car did not come with an owner's manual, so I can't i.d. the proper fuses to help me isolate the faulty circuit. Would anybody have any info? or similar problems? Wiring diagrams and fuse i.d. info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for your time!
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