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1997 dodge intrepid

I have changed the oil and fuel filter the plugs the o2 sensor and its still stalling any ideas

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Try getting a new fuel pump since you already changed the filter, take it in to Checker or Auto Zone and have them test your battery for free, if you have any mechanic buddies with a compression tester, have them test your compression, as you may be having a missfire in one of your cylinders. Also if none of this works, try getting new fuel injectors as well.

Hope this helps :)

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