Question about 1995 Dodge Dakota
I'm leaning toward TP sensor (Throttle Position) being faulty or connection dirty or corroded. remove connection, spray it up with electrical contact cleaner, at the sensor & connector & retry to see if it helps. There is a way you can try & test the TP sensor, if you have a multimeter with ohms and know how to use it. (Potentiometer ) TPsensor.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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