Question about 1995 Dodge Intrepid
This is my daughters car. I have replace the crank and cam sensors within the last three months. This fixed her stalling problem. I checked the fuel rail and it is getting gas. I also pulled a plug wire and it is getting spark.
The local garage I go to doesn't have the correct chip for their computer to check for engine codes. They are saying it may be the timing belt.
My thought may also be the engine control module. Does anyone have any ideas? Any way to check the timing belt or control module without a computer? I do have an old timing light
Is there any compression??? If the timing belt is broken, the valves will not be moving. It will be making a higher-pitch cranking sound if its the timing belt.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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