Question about 1999 Dodge Intrepid
Sounds like a fuel problem and most likely a fuel filter clog, the filter is mounted under the car near the fuel filler side of the fuel tank you may have to jack up and support the car on jack stands and wedge the tires for safety, then pull the fuel pump fuse, or let the car sit overnite, dont start or turn on the key at all, remove the gas cap, remove the rear wheel at the filler cap side of the car, remove the silverish metallic fuel filter, plug the fuel lines with a piece of neoprene rubber fuel line and a couple of bolts to stop the fuel from gravity leaking all over the street, put the new filter in paying attention to the direction of fuel flow arrow, if you install the filter backwards you will not be a happy camper at the results.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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