Question about 2009 Dodge Avenger
Probably a Cranckshaft or Camshaft sensor going bad when hot.
I haven't seen this particular isues in the Avengers yet myself, but if the ECT light is on with the engine light right before it stalls, I don't know of any other sensors that both Moduals read that could cause that.
To diagnose you will have to recreate the problem and then test the sensors to see what one is failing.
Provided the codes in both computers point you to one of those sensors.
Posted on Oct 23, 2013
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