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post #1 of 1 Old 01-14-2019, 12:48 AM Thread Starter
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2007 compass dies (sometimes)

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I have a 2007 2.4 compass 130k miles that I took to the dealership because it starts dying at stoplights. The dealer said it needed a new pcm and a new Tipm (fusebox). So rather than the dealer charging thousands I replaced the pcm with a new one and a rebuilt TIPM. After replacing both it seemed to fix the problem but then it died on me going down the road. It would turn over but not start. After unhooking the battery for 30 seconds it fired right up and seemed to run fine until I turned it off and same problem. NO Codes shown. I replaced the crank position sensor and again seemed to run great. Drove 70 mph for 20 min and around town and pulled into an autozone for new headlight bulb and it died again. Unhook battery and made it back home fine. I'm not giving up yet but starting to get stumped. Anyone had a similar problem or possible solution? I checked the grounds nothing is loose but a couple look a little corroded but not bad. anything else I should check?
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