Question about 2003 Dodge Dakota Club Cab
You might want to take a look at the Mass Airflow System, I think I have had a similar problem and that was the factor for mine. I had to get the sensor and a couple other items replaced when my vehicle was doing the same thing. Also, you might want to make sure that the wiring is okay, I have heard sometimes that small critters like to nest near the engine because of its warmth and will eat the coating around the wires because some chemical compound tastes good to them. Depending on what wires that connect to certain sensors, chewed up or corroded ones can cause problems like this as well.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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