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Will not take fuel or run over 2000 rpms bucks and revs up & down

Have changed the cam shaft sensor, crank shaft sensor, throttle position sensor and the map sensor.

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Check your coils, plugs & wires and fuel filter. if all are good check the fuel pump pressure

Posted on Dec 25, 2013

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SOURCE: 1999 intrepid just stopped. Tried to start

Id Try a New Crank sensor.. Lemmie know

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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SOURCE: 2000 dodge intrepid 2.7 sputtering, revs up

you need to ck some basics you could have a vacuum leak which would hide during warm up but cause havoc when hot,the leak would cause high idle then your pcm would try to lower idle to spec thru use of idle control motor causing surging idle ,also fuel pressure needs to be checked while acting up,may be more cost effective to pay for an hour of diagnostic.

Posted on May 06, 2009

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SOURCE: crank shaft sesor/cam sensor problem?

If you had a fault with the crank sencer your car would not start.Sounds like the air flow meter is giving you the problems.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: 96 Dodge Intrepid ES, engine stalls

Find your firewall electrical junction block (where all the wires enter the cabin on the passenger side) and with a zip tie pull up the wire bundle so it does not ride on the upper tie rods and, fasten the zip tie to anything that is solid in the engine compartment and, let me know what happens

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SOURCE: 1995 dodge grand caravan,lot of mileage. rebuilt

I would start the engine and let it warm up. Once it is warm spray some WD-40 around the intake manifold gaskets and around all vacuum lines and fitting you can get to. If you hear the engine start to stumble, concentrate the spray on that area until you are able to pinpoint the fault.

Posted on Aug 17, 2009

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