Question about 1996 Dodge Grand Caravan
My 96 dodge grand caravan has a 3.8 engine and when we drive it and the motor heats up the van wants to stall out and /or spit and sputter. You can let it cool down about a hour or so and it cranks up fine and runs awesome until it gets hot again..no over heating or nothing. a code of PO300 comes up. Mulpitle misfire. I changed the spark plug and wires and also put a coil packet on it.. Took for a test drive it happened again.. Could you please help me out thanks
My 1997 dodge grand caravan spits an sputters after i change the tps sensor could help me billyboy31
Posted on Sep 09, 2011
Check MAP sensor. If PCM gets wrong data from MAP sensor it should offset ignition timing and/or make fuel mixture too lean or too rich.
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