I have a 08 dodge charger, lately I've been driving and after a mile or 2 of driving,i lose all power and I'm only able to go 50 mph,after I shut the car off and restart it the car runs fine until I d

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Asked by May 20, 2015 at 12:08 PM about the 2008 Dodge Charger SE

Question type: General

Drive for maybe 20 or 30 min or so. Can
someone please help, is this a transmission
issue or do I have an exhaust leak.. Please
help!

3 Answers

565

Have fuel pressure checked by dodge Or a technician you know and trust. It is Either running out of fuel or ECM is going into limp mode. Electronic throttle motor is failing , computer senses failure to respond normally , so it disallows complete throttle control. Check with dodge about TSB concerning this, it could a common problem that dodge is currently seeking to answer. PCM re-flash also could repair this situation

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Could it be the speed sensor

565

That vehicle has electronic throttle control no throttle cable, The PCM and road conditions dictate overall speed and throttle control of that Vehicle

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