Question about 2006 Dodge Dakota
Make sure your spark plug wires are on tight. Make sure injectors connectors are plugged in tight.Make sure all vacuum lines are attached to engine and none have been knocked off. Make sure battery terminals are clean.
You also may have a partially clogged injector. Either use a good injector cleaner additive or go have a injector service performed. '
You also may just need a tune up or faulty spark plug is your issue. Or you may have a bad coil.
Since this can be a bit confusing if you take the truck to a repair shop their scanner will tell them the exact cylinders that are the issue which would lead to alot less guessing.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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