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2001 Dodge Durango Stalling while stopped or driving

I am experiencing this issue and was told by changing the Crankshaft Positioning Sensor would fix the problem. By changing the CPS sensor caused an RPM surge while driving and a NO BUS signal. Now he wants to change the PCM to fix this problem. I can't see where if the first sensor is or was bad that how it could lead to this as a problem? Am I just wasting my time and money or am I being scammed for fork it up? HELP!!!

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Without doing the tests and diagnostics I have no idea as to what the proboem might be. I will say the computer fail rate is very low for all cars.

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I have a 1998 Dodge Neon and sometimes when i go to start my car it will die or not start at all. We have to hit on the gas tank to get it to start. What could this be?

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buy a new car or try the camshaft position sensor

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SOURCE: Crank sensor location 1999 dodge durango

the crank sensor is located passenger side back of the engine were the trans and engine come together .there are 2 - 13mm.bolts that bolt to top of the engine.

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it would be best if you took it to a dealer and left a mechanic take it home over night,that way he can have the Chrysler drb hooked up when the problem presents its self.

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