Question about 1995 Dodge Intrepid
The 1st thing you need to do is run a self test on the computer to see if a trouble code is present for the problem, most likely there is a code for the either the crankshaft position sensor or the camshaft position sensor, either of these will cause this problem stall problem related to heat, the crank sensor is the most common, it is on the front of the engine near the bottom of the engine. here is how you test the system for codes using the engine light blink out method, the link contains the trouble codes and there difinitions as well.
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Posted on Sep 09, 2009
The 1994 recall is to blame for the car shutting off. Right behind the engine block intake (the long aluminum block on top) is a tie rod that connects from the rack and pinion to the wheel. On top of the tie rod is a bundle of wires that are wrapped in cloth style tape, just resting on the rod. As the vehicle is driven, the steering rod will rub the wires (as the wheels are turned) thus causing a possible short. To fix the problem you need to use wrapped liquid tape and zip ties to lift it off the rod
FEB 08, 1994 | Recall ID# 12389 Hide Details
Recall Reason ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:WIRING
Recall Date FEB 08, 1994
Model Affected INTREPID
Potential Units Affected 110000
THE RIGHT STEERING TIE ROD CAN RUB THROUGH THE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION WIRING HARNESS CAUSING A SHORT CIRCUIT WHICH RESULTS IN ELECTRICAL SYSTEM MALFUNCTIONS INCLUDING ENGINE STALLING AND AN INOPERATIVE PARK/STARTER INTERLOCK SYSTEM.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM MALFUNCTION CAUSING STALLING WHILE IN MOTION OR AN INOPERATIVE PARK/STARTER INTERLOCK SYSTEM, WHICH ALLOWS ENGINE START WHILE THE TRANSMISSION IS NOT IN THE PARK POSITION, MAY RESULT IN AN ACCIDENT.
Remedy (see above)
INSTALL A REVISED WIRING HARNESS BRACKET AND A PLASTIC CONVOLUTED SLEEVE TO PROTECT THE TRANSMISSION WIRING HARNESS.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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