This could be due to a bad Hall effect sensor. On this car it is part of the pickup coil/stator. This can be found under the distributor cap and rotor, and is the piece that the wire goes into. The pickup coil senses the magnetic field as pieces of metal are rotated through the Hall effect sensor. This device controls the fuel delivery of the car after it has started and is generally a big culprit for a stalled Dodge Aries. To replace you will need to remove the distributor cap and rotor. The pickup coil will be under those and rather simple to replace. It costs about $25-$40.
Doesn't look like anything, as Dodge didn't make the Aries in 1996.
How do you remove oil pan from Dodge Aries stationwagon. It is loose but cannot get it off.
The dodge Aries was discontinued in 1989, but I would try looking under the passenger side of the car, in front of the rear tire.
A Dodge Neon is port injected.
Bad injector or injector wiring on cylinder #3.
There is no such part.
It depends: The 1984 Dodge Aries SE 4-Door 2.2L has a top speed of: 167 km/h (104 mph) The 1984 Dodge Aries SE 4-Door 2.2L 5-speed has a top speed of: 167 km/h (104 mph) The 1984 Dodge Aries SE 4-Door 2.2L automatic has a top speed of: 158 km/h (98 mph) The 1984 Dodge Aries SE 4-Door 2.6L automatic has a top speed of: 167 km/h (104 mph)
It is screwed into the exhaust manifold.
Back side of the engine.
matters where the leak is at
When changing the timing chain on a 1986 Dodge Aries 2.2L a diagram comes in handy. A diagram for this can be found in the cars maintenance manual.
Usually the injector pump has failed. You will also want to check the lift pump.
Unplugged connector, failed injector, broken wire, bad computer.
Probably around $50
The engine computer is the voltage regulator.
Not at all. It is a Dodge Aries, not Ares.
dirver side by injector pump
On the 1988 Dodge Aries 2.2 liter TBI 4-cylinder, the fuel filter is mounted on the frame in the fuel line. Look under the vehicle below the trunk area on the passenger side. It is next to the fuel tank.
26 means too high resistance in the #3 injector bank, or the injector itself.
In order to disable a fuel injector on a Dodge Ram 5.9 L, you will need to locate the Schrader valve along the engine's line. You then will need to take a screwdriver and simply detach the battery cable.
Could be the carburetor/idle speed out of adjustment, possibly a vacuum leak
Depends on where the leak is.