Question about 1993 Dodge Dakota
Just a quick one, try and get your starter check and see if it needs to change the carbons.
Posted on Nov 19, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check your catalytic converter for clogged up.
disconnect the exhaust pipe before the cat and run the engine to see if it still cut off.
if it run better, then that's the problem
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
Hi Richard,I think that the answers given above are the ones you can follow. It is possible that you have a defective plug on that particular cylinder? even new plugs can be defective. You should also check and make sure that the cam in the distributor is not bent or that the bushing is not worn (unlikely but possible). You can do this with a feeler gauge, measuring between the the rotor blades and the pickup coil. I'm afraid though that you may have a ECU (Electronic Control Unit or Computer management System) problem, in which case, your best bet is to replace the unit.If you can borrow a unit from a friend with the same vehicle and test first, that will be your best bet.Regards Johngee10
Posted on Jul 17, 2011
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