Question about 1998 Dodge Dakota
I hve been having the same issue since acquiring my Dakota. I also have replaced the same things as you and narrowed it down to the O2 sensor or the PCM but was not willing to pursue it because of $$$. I found that I could replicate the problem at will which usually indicates you found the problem. If you go to your PCM while the truck is running jiggle the center connection going to the PCM. I your vehicle dies then this is the issue. Make sure the connection is clean and plugged in more securely. I have put a cable tie around the connection and have not run into this problem again. The MIL kept flashing and coding p0351(ignition coil). Bottom line, check the connection before investing anymore money.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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