Question about 2001 Dodge Dakota
The engine stumble and have a severe misfire at cold.i have 6 cyl misfire ,cmp , ckp ,and random misfire code.i change....6 spark plug,all wire,cap,rotor,coil,tps,ckp sensor,cmp sensor and still have the same probleme.i change my catalytic converter 2 times.my rpm gage go crazy and pass to 7000 rpm in second whitout engine going up in rpm.the engine does not want to start because the engine flood.i put near 2500$ in repair to fix the probleme and went to several repair location,no one find the probleme!
My 2001 Dakota now works fine, I took it to a good reliable shop after much frustration. The problem was the crank position sensor in combination with an bad oxygen sensor. This was a very unusual problem with no consistency therefore hard to diagnose. Crank sensor $190.00 cdn oxygen sensor $130.00 cdn $300.00 in troubshooting, repair and diagnostics. Repaired by Gerald at AutoPro in Corner Brook, Newfoundland. Thanks Gerald
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Check your fuel filter/pump in the gas tank completely disassemble it and look for a rubber plug in side the disc in the plastic housing you will have to remove the four screws on the side and lift out the disc and you willl probably see a rubber plug halfway sucked into its orafice, reseat it or replace it and then reinstall everything the same way you dissasebled it, fill the tank with high octane gas and a bottle of stp problem solved. we hope! Tony ASE certified mechanic on vacation.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
Noelonot it sounds like your plug gaps are uneven.
veilletcarli you need to be looking for a primary power wire under the bonnet thats shorting to earth,ie battery lead on starter or battery terminal or back of alternator
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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May 05, 2013 | 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor
Trouble Code: P0301
Cylinder No. 1, 2, 3 or 4 Misfire Detected
Trouble Code Conditions: Engine is running; atmospheric pressure, fuel level, battery voltage, engine speed, engine load are above minimal predetermined specifications; the engine is not in fuel cutoff and intake air temperature and coolant temperature are within normal operating ranges; there are no DTCs relating to ECT, CMP, CKP, MAP or IAT Sensor, to Crank rationality, to Crank Sensor Learn invalid, or to System Voltage. If total misfires detected are greater than 7% during the first 1000 rpm, or are over 3% after the first 1000 rpm, or are 25% during any 200 rpm with suspect cylinder misfire counter more than 80% and no other cylinder misfire counters above 80%, this DTC will set. The MIL will flash after first trip occurrence and will be steady after second trip.
Fuel system problems existErratic CMP or CKP Sensor signalsIgnition system problems existEngine mechanical problems existPCM has failed
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