Question about 1997 Dodge Dakota
The truck acted like it ran out of gas,I put some in it( just in case the guage was wrong). I could get it to run by dumping it directly into the intake.I had a crank sensor go out on me once before and it sure is acting like that again.The engine didn't code so I can't tell for sure if that is the problem.I put a ohm meter across the red and black and it shows open. How can I confirm that the sensor is bad?I don't want to just throw parts at this.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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