There is more than one sensor that contributes to the EEC function and While attempting to find the reason for my HP drop between 3800 and 4200, they ran a scan and found, I think it was, the cam sensor, right on top of the engine attached by one bolt that takes a 10 mm socket to pull.
OH, the mechanic said that it showed a few moments of "issues" and if it failed outright, it will allow the engine to continue to run, but shut it down and it will never start again until it is replaced.
It was cheap and easy to replace.
Now all I need is to replace the rear O2 sensor (the front was replaced with the exhaust manifold under warranty) and the ECT (engine coolant temp sensor) along with the AIT (air intake temp sensor) as those are the ones I would suspect for "cold weather/cold engine" running issues, and the axle boots as one let go around 100,000 miles, and those lousy stock brakes, and that weakling clutch as well!
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