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99 dodge dakota jerky behavior

When driving my 99 dodge dakota 5.2 sometimes when between speeds of 45-55 it will begin to feel as though it is struggling. it makes a lound popping sound from the engine area. then yesterday i went to take it out and got to the end of the block and it just stopped working. tried to restart, would get it turned over but wouldn't stay started. started just fine this morning.

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Sounds like your fuel injectors, check and replace the injectors.

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2004 dodge Dakota 3.7 v6 transmission seems to be jerky for a second when backing up a hill but after rpms build up alittle it quits and some times when u put it in drive its like its in neutral for a...


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Need digram of fireing order of v6 dodge truck


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Firing Order:
1 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 3 - 2

Cylinders:
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RPMs jmp


My 98 did the same thing and it took me over a year to catch the problem on a data logger or a scanner. It was the TPS.

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