Question about Dodge Durango
Weird, if it continually stalls the OBD2 system should set a code.
Fisrt check to see if the check engine light is functioning. With the vehicle off place the key in the ignition and turn to the RUN position but do not start. Does the check engine light come on? If not, the bulb is out and there is a most likely a code tripped. The check engine light is just not working.
I'm betting there is a code or shortly will be a code and suggest you scan it before trying to daignose the issue too much further. It could be any number of problems. It could be anything from a fuel related issue, to ignition, to a sensor, to the computer itself, and cracked part, leaking gasket, faulty injector, and so on.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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