Question about 1999 Dodge Intrepid
Then it dies its showing ob2 trobule codes and we did a fuel text and that does seem to check out right so we are leading toawrd a senser or computer problem
Before you start replacing parts, I would disconnect battery, clean all connections such as at main computer, map sensor, throttle position sensor, egr valve, and anything else in the vacinity. Clean & inspect them good, using electrical cleaner & add di-electric grease to all connection before putting them back together. When done, re-connect battery, which should have erased codes, and now start fresh. If still running same, check codes again & get back to us.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
O2 sensors may be the cause, as they will help determine how much/little gas it needs. Could also be a map sensor, or a throttle position sensor. Start with whichever codes you are recieveing.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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