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Branden

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Branden

I have a 2007 Malibu wakesetter with the 383 hammerhead. Here lately when I take it out and over 3500 rpm I get a miss and popping in the throttle body. Checked and changed the cap and rotor, but it didn't do any good. Now the onboard diagnosis says erratic crank signal. So I replaced crank sensor to no [email protected]#$%^&* ? The wires look good and the female ends look tight :innocent: . So do you have any suggestions? Any common fixes? t\u branden

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tvano

ecm will limit rpm if it thinks temperature is low.

consider replacing temp sending unit.

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Branden

Why the erratic crank signal codes?

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Branden

Does anyone else have any suggestions?

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Falko

Poor connection on the ECU?

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Branden

Yeah I checked that. I was thinking it might be the control module under the distributor cap. What do you think?

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Falko

I've had those fail, and unfortunately, it was due to a bad ECU.

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Branden

yeah think I might check around b 4 I spend that kind of money

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