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I have a 93 dodge dakota v8 318 2 weel drive started dieing after 20 min of driving and will not restart for 20 min, checked no spark, coil is good plugs r good replaced the pickup coil still dies after running for a few min please help me

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  • lazarusman69 Sep 04, 2010

    no ignition module on theis truck only the engine computer that is expensive as hell

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