Question about Dodge Pickup
Replace the EGR valve.Its at the top/back of the engine.Also get the vacuum lines checked.If there is a vacuum leak then this can be the other possibility.
Other possibility is TPS (Throttle position sensor).Throttle positioning sensor its located on the intake area (look where the throttle cable hooks to the engine).
Also a faulty Idle Air Control motor (IAC) could cause the problem as you mentioned that it sometimes shuts off.
Once this is done, if the problem still exists, we can see if any codes are stored and go from there. Get car scanned at diagnosis center to get error codes, at diagnosis center you will receive the error code. As per the error code it will detect the exact faulty part in the car due to which the problem is occurring. For more help: --- at www.autozone.com it’s absolutely free to get car scanned.
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Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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