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Why would you have to keep pumping the gas to keep a 1990 Dodge Dakota V6 running once it warms up but it runs great when cold?


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2006-07-16 00:58:04
2006-07-16 00:58:04

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.

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