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When my intrepid warms up it dies and wont start til it cools down

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Hi Andrew, I'll try my best to help but this can be a lot of things on your car that can cause this problem, but from experience with working on Intrepids with dieing problems. I would tell you to replace the CAM and Crank Sensors and see what happens. In no means I'm I telling you this will fix your problem, but is what I have ran across more than anything else causing dieing problems. It could be the PCM, Coil Pack, or even something else bringing down the BUS circuit. BUT, I'm just saying if it was my vehicle thats where I would start. The CAM and CRANK both and see what happens. Hope this helps and have a awesome day Andrew!

Posted on Jun 04, 2014

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ok check the coil or ignition pick up coil in combination with the fuel pump

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