Question about 1998 Dodge Durango
I have a 98 Durango and when you go out of the mornings to start it and leave, it wants to act like it has bad gas or water in it. It cuts out bad, but after running for about 15 minutes, it basically clears up and don't have no more problems with it. The check engine light don't come on. I have added a can of Sea Foam and filled it with premium gas and completely ran that tank of gas out before adding any more and did not solve the problem. I have replaced the crank sensor, but that didn't help. I thought it might be getting moisture in the distributor cap, so i replaced it and the rotor button, but that didn't help either. I am lost on this one and i have already puzzled several people on it. I was thinking the fuel pump, but it seems to cure itself after it warms up.
Any help would be so greatly appreciated. I am starting to get scared for my wife driving it and my daughter being in there with her.
Have the battery load tested, These Durango's are very touchy when it comes to a strong reference voltage to run the many onboard computers.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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