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2006 Dodge Durango wont stay running

When you start it if it starts it revs up and then shuts off what maybe wrong with it and how so you fix it. I have taken it to the local dealer and they told me that they dont know how to fix it.

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I had this happen to my Ford Expedition and it was a small vacuum hose that needed to be replaced. Hope this helps.

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Sounds like the fuel filter is plugged????? Are it could be the fuel pump????? I would change the fuel filter first. It is usually in the frame under the driver door. Most of the time it is two fitting the unscrew. Go to your local autoparts store and ask to see the filter, and also as if the can help you fine the location on your car????

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