Originally Posted by dadvan
I need to jump on that AAA train soon. I was able to limp her into the dealer and it's under warranty. Still waiting to see what happened. I dont think a COP would cause it to completely die out of the blue. Also the oil gauge would drop to no pressure right before it would die. There was plenty of oil in it and it was running great before
Definitely get AAA, but make sure you add the RV upgrade. Once your van is built out, and too heavy to lift with a light-duty wrecker, the service provider has the right to decline service. RV+ or Premier makes sure that won't happen, and it also covers motorcycles, bicycles, and trailers as long as they are hauling recreational gear.
I agree this doesn't sound like the normal symptoms for a bad COP. The low oil pressure is simply a result of very low idle before it stalls. It'll need proper diagnostics for sure, but I'd suspect either a bad throttle body assembly or a fauly fuel pressure control module (low fuel pressure can cause it to run rich because the PCM will keep the injectors open longer to compensate, but it won't atomize with low pressure).