My 2002 Dodge Durango check gauge light just started coming on, however it does not stay on. If I drive a very short distance and turn it off, it is a challenge to restart

Asked by Nov 28, 2013 at 01:53 PM about the Dodge Durango

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before we can begin any diagnosis, such as you failed to stop at the first click while refueling causing an evaporative CEL, the 02 sensor as well as the Air Intake Temperature Sensor may not be functioning correctly (the equivalent of the stove kit diverter heat riser and thermally activated butterfly and kick-down) these are about 17 bucks plus shipping~ post the results here please....all autoparts stores will send a guy out and connect to the obd-II port and be able to tell you what the display says and will "clear the codes" like you will be doing if you buy one of these~

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