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I have a 2006 Dodge Durango. At 27,000 miles, it started stalling in traffic and the dealer replaced several sensors. The cam sensor was the last one to be replaced. Now at 72,000 miles, it has began to stall again. The engine idles up very high when I first warm it up, it idles down, but it has a knocking sound now. The engine light comes on periodically and when it does, it causes the car to cut off, but it cranks right back up. Help!

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If there is a knocking sound the computer will start retarding the timing to get rid of engine knock thru the knock sensor. Make sure you are using the correct grade of fuel. it will be listed in your owners manual. the improper grade of fuel can cause detonation in your engine. giving a knocking sound. if the change in fuel doesn't help you may be looking at mechanical repairs. hope this helps. mike

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