Question about 1999 Dodge Intrepid
That may be good advice, and if you've had so many warnings about cat.converter, why hasn't it been done if it's been confirmed? Lots of backpressure, can cause head gaskets etc to start blowing, not to mention decreased performance & gas mileage. Even if you check into an approved aftermarket replacement it can't be too expensive. The other thing I would check, is the fuel pressure, as I suspect a fuel pump problem, or at least a plugged filter. I've had same thing on one of my vehicles would run fine when cool, then about half hour later, or sooner, depending on outside temperature, it would die. Sit 20-30 min, and fire up & go for another 10-15min. I ended up carrying a fuel pressure gauge with me, and sure enough, once the fuel pump got warmed up or hot, the pressure dropped right off. Changed pump and all was well. You may have to drive it for a while, then let it run for a good while in the repair shop parking lot to replicate symptoms. That way they can have fuel pressure gauge hooked up and see reading when it happens, to confirm or eliminate that as the problem.
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