The fuel pressure test was done at home when the car was running normally. Results were within spec(48 to 55 PSI and although it did drop with the car turned off it still stayed within the range for ten minutes). Regarding the cranking it turns over fine (the battery is only two months old). Occasionally on start up it will misfire and backfire thru the throttle body but it has never refused to start. When it stalls at a stoplight, it just quits. No rough idle, no stumble, it is just like you turned the ignition off. Some people will point to the crank and camshaft position sensors but I am inclined to think that these would not be intermittent and I would think that the scan tool would detect this error. Thanks, Rick
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My question was is it easier to remove the sensors if you remove the oil filter housing,or just work around all the stuff in the tight space? I have ordered the sensors from Rock auto $32.00 ea. Do you know the reason for two?