Question about 1988 Dodge Dakota
Sounds like your ignition coil is getting hot. it is either a bad connectioin with the wiring leading to your distributor or bad connections with your batt terminals. also you might want to check all your fuses and make are all correct size
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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