Question about 1994 Dodge Colt
If possible, the car should be checked when the problem is present. When
your car start ans stalls, check for spark at the spark plugs, to isolate trouble
in the ignition system. Next, test the fuel pressure to eliminate fuel
pump and pump relay problems. I will can tell you that check (replaced if need) the ignition coil; if this occurr,
you should replace the ignition module and
the crank angle sensor as well.
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Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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