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My 2000 Dodge Durango keeps stalling for no reason. We have had the spark plugs changed and computer analysis performed and two different shops cannot find the problem

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They need to figure out what you're losing. Is it spark or fuel?

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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I was having the same problem with my 2002 durango thought it was the spark plugs to my surprise when i saw it wasn't my spark plugs and it was due to a dirty throttle body. there was so much gunk in it was suffocating the engine so went out and bought a bottle of throttle body cleaner and a tooth brush and cleaned it really good now it is running awsome! and im even getting better gas mileage to due to better air and fuel mixture :)

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    i was having the same problem with my 2002 durango thought it was the spark plugs to my surprise when i saw it wasn't my spark plugs and it was due to a dirty throttle body. there was so much gunk in it was suffocating the engine so went out and bought a bottle of throttle body cleaner and a tooth brush and cleaned it really good now it is running awsome! and im even getting better gas mileage to due to better air and fuel mixture :)

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It may be your brainbox (or power control module). Thats what was wrong with my 2002. It would cut off for no reason. It's expensive though.

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