i had this happen to myself before. try this, after the engine warms up and then stalls out try to restart it but have another person lay underneath the truck with a rubber mallett and hit the bottom of the gas tank a few times while you are cranking the engine over, if it starts up that will tell you right away that you have a bad fuel filter. also you might want to have the codes checked and see if it is the EGR valve that is bad cause that is a possibility as well.
sounds like dist pickup coil not fuel pump
JC Whitney is a huge automobile supplier. They carry everything automotive including parts of all descriptions for Dodge Dakotas. AutoZone, online or locally, is a great source as well.
The best cardio/fat burning excersises are swimming, jump rope and running. Anything that gets your heart pumping is a great fat burner.
NO. We have two Dodge Diesels. My husbands 91 has 350,000 miles and is still running. Yes 350,000. My 98 Dodge 2500 has just over 200,000 and runs great. The best part the high millage is not rare for such a GREAT! truck.
Very well could be. Buy some B-12 chemtool and dump in your gas tank and keeep running with that. It will clean out you fuel system great. Also check your check engine light, could be a bad sensor or something.
The great plains are Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas and Montana.
north dakota south dakota
The seal of South Dakota is named "Great Seal of the State of South Dakota".
North Dakota and South Dakota are located in the mid-western United States, also in the Great Plains region.
No they are part of the great plains
North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas, Nebraska, and Oklahoma are all part of the Great Plains Region of the US.
Depends what dodge. A ram is very great but it uses much fuel. Further Dodge is a great car company
South Dakota and North Dakota are in the North-Central Region and the Mid-west Region of the US. They are also located in the Great Plains Region.
South Dakota is on the Great Plains. South Dakota is also in the Midwestern Region and the North-Central Region of the United States.
Most of the farm land in South Dakota is located in eastern South Dakota, or in the Great Plains region.
The Great Basin Desert is the nearest major desert to North Dakota.
Lake Ontario is the eastern most of the Great Lakes and Wyoming would be farther than South Dakota.
South Dakota and eastern Montana are in the Great Plains region, but western Montana is in the Rocky Mountains region.
The Dakota depended on the buffalo/bison for food, clothing, shelter, weapons. So they followed the buffalo as they roamed the Great Plains, including North Dakota.
the great plains of South Dakota
Yes it is.
There are four state who are completely in the Great Plains: North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska Kansas.
The Chippewa were forced to move from around the Great Lakes so they came to North Dakota.