if you have a throtal body spacer there is a good chance that it is not receiving enough fuel and too much air I had that problem with me Dodge and I was told to either buy a bigger fuel pump or larger fuel line
cam position sensor has failed
sounds like you could possibly have a bad head gasket. the symptoms are surely all there.
try replacing the ignition coil. after it hots, it starts breaking down and will not fire again until it cools off
cold start sensor or weak fuel pump
The Dodge Dakota was in the Dodge car brand until 2009, and was sold as the RAM Dakota until 2012.
The Dodge Caravan didn't exist until 1984.The Dodge Caravan didn't exist until 1984.
you hump them until they start to get dents. then replace them they are discusting now.
yes, that could be a cause. Along with fuel pump, crank sensor,....
Hello, i have simillar problem. I live in Sweden and i have Volvo 440, when i start the car it works for almost 5 to 10 minutes, then suddenly turns off and i wont be able to start it again until 5 minutes, or sometimes it wont start again. Please help me. Kivi_n@yahoo.com
The Cummins in a Dodge truck did not get EGR until 2007 with the 6.7L.The Cummins in a Dodge truck did not get EGR until 2007 with the 6.7L.
gauges don t work truck wont start
an '89" huh? maybe because they didnt start making them until 1995?
I suggest that the cause may be related to the starter. Because, if the starter is staying engaged with the ring gear on the flwheel after you start the engine it will cause the starter to overheat, thus preventing the starters operation until it cools.
I have the same car. Mine doesn't start sometimes. It does not start after I have driven for ten minutes or so and stopped and turned off the engine for about 25 minutes. It will start immediately after it is turned off or ten minutes later, but not 30 minutes later. I have to wait about an hour or longer for it to start again. If I turn off the engine, then run back to the car every ten or fifteen minutes to start it, it is fine. I also think it will start if I turn on the ignition for 30 seconds or so before I crank it.
Press the MODE button multiple times until the current (wrong) time shows up with the seconds flashing. Then press the RESET button until the minutes flash. Change the minutes by pressing the START button until the correct minutes are showing. Then press the RESET button once and the hours will flash. Continue through all settings. You can reset the seconds to zero by pressing the START button while the seconds are flashing.
Press Mode 3 times, so the seconds are flashing. If you want to change the minutes, press Start and press Start continuosly until you have the correct minutes. To change the hours, press Start again so that the hours are flashing and once more, press start until you get to the correct hour.
The first thing I would do is replace the fuel filter and make sure the fuel pump is actually running when it dies. The pump may be overheating and shutting down. A clogged fuel filter will cause this.
Will not run until dealer over rides the anti-theft circuit in engine controller
To calculate the hours and minutes worked you could simply start a timer when you get to work and stop it when you leave. Do this every day until it is time to turn in your hours and minutes worked. The amount on the timer will be your total.
The Dodge Dakota did not come out until 1987
Hold the power button until it shuts down and then when it has, wait about five minutes. After that, press the power button to start it back up again.
The 1996 has 12 valves, they did not start putting the 24 valves in the pickup until 1998.5. Hope this helps.
The Dodge Dakota was originally taken off of Dodge in 2009, then renamed the RAM Dakota until 2012.
Wheel bearings. It happened to mine and you do not want to be driving it until you fix it.