Question about 1995 Dodge Dakota
Hi my 95 dakota 2.5L stalls after its warmed up.it will start up fine when its cold idles and revs fine, and i can drive it for a short time then the engine shuts down with no sputtering just stops running,and will not start until its had time to sit for an hour or two. when i try coding it comes up as 2,7 which Haynes said it was fuel circuit control, and 5,2 oxygen sensor stuck in rich position. when it dose die it spits fuel up out of the tbi, and it usually stalls while i am on the gas. my question is if the 02 sensor can cause the engine to stop running if its **** in the rich Position.
Yes it can but you may have a coolant temp sensor acting up which causes the computer to open the injectors to much which can also cause this 02 sensor code. when it stalls do u have spark and fuel pressure.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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fluctuates at idle up and down or dies near idle.
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