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1999 dodge Durango 5.2 dies while driving

Durango will quit running while driving. I have replaced the following IAC valve,PMC, fuel pump, distributor, coil, spark plug wires, spark plugs. when it is running runs like a champ but will just die while driving it. Any suggestions on what to try and fix next?

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If a mechanic can pull up some stored codes you may get a clue as to what the problem really is.

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ain t many more parts to electrical system left... i had same problem once n it was my ignition modulator.located under distributer.**** i can t remember,i think my car would not turn overfrom that.or only other thing could be a fuse.i 'd check every fuse too .hope this might help.

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sounds like plugged catalytic converter for the exhaust... have it ckd out

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check your catalytic converter for clogged up.
disconnect the exhaust pipe before the cat and run the engine to see if it still cut off.
if it run better, then that's the problem

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