Question about 1993 Dodge Dakota
Changed air filter, plugs, old plugs were carbon fouled... fuel gauge not readin until over half full, spitting out black stuff out muffler... I spayed carb cleaner while running before changing to new plugs... Im not sure but the code reader I have is too new for this vehicle INNOVA 3100 a Can OBD2 thanks all for checkin this out, you guys are great!
Change your distrubutor cap and points..... they are probably worn if you didnt do that at the same time... your code read is too new as your truck is OBD I and make sure your distrubutor isnt wet as this will casue stalling (i just added that in assuming you washed your engine bay in your 'tune up" )
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
Check your trans fluid level, the trans will make it stall out if the fluid is low. The lock up converter is normally open with pressureized fluid. If the fluid is low or foaming it will cause the lock clutch to apply stalling the engine.
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Posted on Jul 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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