Question about 2005 Dodge Magnum
COULD BE FAULTY TPS SENSOR, CLOGGED AIR FILTER OR FUEL INJECTORS NEED CLEANING.IF CLOGGED AND DIRTY THEY WILL CAUSE LEAN FUEL MIXTURE.HAVE FUEL PRESSURE CHECKED.SHOULD BE 53 - 63 PSI.RIGHT MANY NEW VECHICLE FUEL PUMPS SHUT DOWN 5 YEARS USE.FUEL FILTER IN GAS TANK CANT CHANGE IT UNTIL REPLACE FUEL PUMP.HAVE PRESSURE CHECK OUT WEAK.FUEL PRESSURE WILL CAUSE HESITATION ON ACCELERATION.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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