Do you have any idea of what else could be the problem
I have a 92 dodge Dakota that will run great one minute but will cut off the next and will
I have replaced the. Coil, rotor and cap, plugs and wires, throttle position sensor, crank
sensor, PCM, map sensor, and all relays. Do you have any idea of what else could be
well you need to figure out if its a fuel problem or electrical first. Stop changing all the electrical parts before you decipher the reason or you will spend a lot of money for nothing!!!
Its getting fuel to the ejectors and the pump works perfect so it has to be electric
I believe the Dakotas have both a crank and cam sensor, so it might be the cam sensor, however, I would suggest to get a code reader and see what codes you are reading which might help define it better and save wasting money on parts you don't need.
I had a stalling problem on my 93. Cleaned throttle body and fixed it. Another time stalling was coolant temp. Sensor.
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