Question about 1990 Dodge Dakota
This is kind of a longshot but I have seen three of these vehicles where there is a problem in the wiring harness on the drivers side of the vehicle near the top of the inner fender by the washer fluid tank. There is a splice in the harness where one wire splits into two or three others and this splice gets corroded enough that the connection fails and the truck stalls. It's fairly easy to check by carefully peeling back the plastic loom and tape that are wrapped around the harness and looking for any splices that are green or corroded. Cleaning and resoldering the connection will usually fix the problem. Worth checking out as it looks like most everything else has been tried. Good luck, hope you find your problem!
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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