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    Quote Originally Posted by optimus124 View Post
    Took a few days but were back to square one. Car continues to stall occasionally. The only code that is remaining now it the gray code U100 code. If it does come down to the PCM, any suggestion on where to purchase one (refurbished or new)?
    Man. That sucks. Did you do all the throttle position sensor checks? Have you scanned the transmission codes?


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    This is going to sound weird, but was also an issue with a family truck, till I found the ground wire not hooked up to the battery (negative terminal). Give that a check? Truck kept stalling all the time even when lights would turn on, came to find the fix within 5 min.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SCOTT57RT View Post
    Man. That sucks. Did you do all the throttle position sensor checks? Have you scanned the transmission codes?


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    Did the tap test on the throttle motor and all is well. I haven't thrown a multimeter to it. The code hasn't come up and it cleared on it's own. The U0100 code is all that remains. There is however a slow leak from one of the lines (specifically to the block where the lines end right over the driver side of the inner tie rod.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bandit392 View Post
    This is going to sound weird, but was also an issue with a family truck, till I found the ground wire not hooked up to the battery (negative terminal). Give that a check? Truck kept stalling all the time even when lights would turn on, came to find the fix within 5 min.


    That may be it. I have to look at the grounds for the amp. The battery is good to go.

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