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Ok folks,

scratching my head. HELP please..

Manual says 3-lead Crank Position Sensor on my 1999 3.2 with A/T Intrepid should be 5.0 volts. I test per service manual (not the FSM, don't have one) and I get 9.02 volts.

Runs GREAT but when it stalls, usually after warming up; I get no codes, no crank. After awhile - no time limit noticed, just random it will start and run as if there is no problem.

SOOOOOO...

before I condemn the PCM, which voltage is called for? 5.0 or 9.0 volts on the power to the crank sensor?
 

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replace the sensor first,, had the same issue on a 94 concorde, same voltage,, sensor took care of it 3 years ago,, car still runs fine,,
 
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