have replaced voltage regulator,altanater,battery,and starter,,still cuts out while driving is this an electrical issue and if so how can i fix it?

Asked by Apr 13, 2016 at 07:25 AM about the 1980 Dodge Aspen

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

all new parts,,cuts out while driving?

4 Answers

83,705

Sounds like the problem is in the ignition system, coil, spark plug wires, cap, rotor all should be checked.

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great thanks will try that

25,655

wow- an Aspen- cool- those are pretty basic cars- shouldn't be too hard to diagnose- modern enough to have an electronic ignition- sounds like an ignition module- do you have a good mechanic? keeps you from guessing and replacing all those parts you really don't have to-

115,995

There was a high fail item on these, the pickup plate in the distributor would intermittently cut out then cut right back in again. I would recommend replacing that part.

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