Question about 1994 Dodge Intrepid
Well, it sounds more like a timing belt issue than a coil pack. When you have gas applied and the engine running a little higher than idle RPM it seems fine because the belt is under tension and holding the timing when you back off the gas the belt gets loose and it runs like it is out of time. If it runs fine at first and starts acting up when it gets warm it could be the coil pack but I would check the timing and see if it is erradict when idling to make sure you don't have a timing belt issue. If that breaks while you are driving you will have to repair the head as well as replace the timing belt.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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