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Service code no bus

2001 dodge durango continues to die while stopping, idle, and at times while driving. code appears in odometer stating, "no bu5" or "no bus" Is this the computer. Have taken it to shop, computerized test stated it was the crank sensor. NOT!

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  • pyle2112 May 24, 2009

    I have heard it is the pcm.

    how much was the throttle position sensor

  • Anonymous May 26, 2009

    i just hde the same problem, just change the distributor cap, the distributor core and the replace the throttle position sensor

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I also had same problem and replaced the throttle position sensor.

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Had same prblem on same year. replace the throttle position sensor.

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  • therealgraha May 24, 2009

    very rairly is it the ecu's problem, the throttle position sensor is between 65-150 dollars

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