Question about Dodge Durango
The 1st thing you do is have the system tested for trouble codes and check the fuel pressure, that is the very first step in repairing this, when u say it won't turn over u mean the starter won't work? engine just won't start? You can check the fuel pressure, on the top of the engine there is a supply pipe that connects to the fuel injectors to supply them fuel, in that pipe there is a pressure test valve, see if you have fuel pressure at that valve when you crank the engine, if the truck has over 100,000 miles suspect the fuel pump. One note a tune up doesn't make an engine stall out, in the old days when cars and trucks used point type ignition that was true, not any more, plugs last well over 100,000 miles and the points are a magnetic pickup on the front of the engine. .
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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