Question about 1999 Dodge Avenger
There are so many things that could cause this issue, including crank sensor, cam sensor, and too many to list. But i would start with those first. There a few simple tests that your local repair shop can do, and will usually cost you an hour diagnostics time. If its 1 of those 2 sensors, it will be a relatively inexpensive repair. By the way, do you have a check engine light on.
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