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97 Sebring Troublecode PO320


Question:
97 Sebring Troublecode PO320
My '97 Sebring suddenly shuts off in traffic and will not restart for 30 minutes to an hour. I scanned the codes and came up with a PO320 and PO125. I did look them up, changed the thermostat, and the temp sensor. Do I need to change the crank sensor for the PO320 to solve the problem? Thanks.

Answered By Justin Cupler, Contributing Writer:
Please remember, the codes you get from a common handheld scanner are only for reference. You need to have functions tests performed on the car to properly identify the problem. It could be low voltage getting to the sensor, a dirty sensor, a bad ground and many many other non-related items. Take it to an ASE Certified Technician to have it properly diagnosed. 
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