Question about 1995 Dodge Dakota
1995 dodge dakota runs rich, smell gas.Runs bad but not all the time.And has bad gas mileage all the time. This is V6 engine with fuel injection. It smells like it runs rich. Can anyone help me out????
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This should show up easily on the ECU diagnostics computer at a mercedes dealership. Basically your fuel mixture is way too rich causing your car to be heavy on gas, have a raw gasoline smell, and not run right. Something like this can be caused by a defective oxygen sensor (but that usually produces a check engine light) or it might even be a defective ECU. There is really not way of knowing for sure until you do a proper diagnostics where they hook up your exhaust at the same time and do an emmission test. In most cases it's some sensor that needs replacing.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
SOURCE: have a 03 pt cruiser
The P0302 Code points to a misfire detected on the # 2 cylinder. If its stumbling, I would first suspect the plug or wire is bad. I believe the ignition coil on that vehicle is a single coil pack with four terminals, so if only the P0302 code is coming up I would start with the plug and wire. May be time to do a tune up and just replace all the splugs and spark plug wires.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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