Question about 1989 Dodge Dynasty
I own a 1991 Dodge Dynasty with the 3.3 litre engine. Car starts fine and runs fine until I get out on the freeway. Sometimes within about 15 minutes or up to a half hour of driving the car looses power. As I push the gas pedal down the car sputters. I let my foot off the gas and the engine smoothes out but I'm forced to pull over. Car never completely dies. I sit for a minute car regains its power and off I go. Problem will repeat down the road after awhile. Doesn't seem to be a problem at slower speeds on back roads. fuel starvation issue?
Hi. I have two Dynasty LE cars, (a 91 and a 93). Both have the 3.3 litre. The 1991 had almost the same problem as yours except it would only do it once the engine warmed up, (similar to your freeway issue, given distance and time for the engine to warm up to operating temp.) I had it in about three shops before the dealer found an intermittent fault with the cam and crank sensors. I replaced them and now it runs just fine. I hope this helps.
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