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2000 Dodge Durango 5.9L SLT Here it is I had a transmission leak, got it fixed, had overheating problem at the same time. Fixed leak and found radiator fan relay melted. Replace the relay and then the computer. Find now that when A/C is turned on the relay melts, because the fan turns on and does not turn off untill the A/C is turned off. During all this a stalling problem starts and presists today. I have clean the throttle body, changed the ignition coil, throuly inspected the distributor. fixed a broken CTS, changed the TPS changed the fuel filter due to a hard start and am about to replace the MAP sensor due to two codes p0108 and p1296. The connector tested out to spects of 5 volt in the on postition and 1.5- 2 volt at idle. I have been told that the MAP could have been affected by my K&N filter after the recharge. I followed the directions for recharged and left it sit longer than required. I did it in the morning and left it sit until I had to go to work the next morning. Was being lazy and used it as an excuse. Will the Map sensor fix my problem.

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  • asmbv8 Jun 20, 2009

    What might be causing the codes p0108 and p1296. One is high input from map sensor and the other is no 5v to map sensor but there codes seem to be intermitent.



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Not really the charge could not have did that i recharge em al day wait 10 mins and there off of ciurse i blow em down with the comp but no the answer to ur questin is no!!!!!

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