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My dodge dakota 1989 is choking when the engine is running

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It could be several things.. If you haven't replaced your distibutor cap and rotor for awhile You might want to try that.. or could be fuel injectors are getting clogged. or fuel pump getting weak.. which is a common thing for dodge.

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