Question about 1991 Dodge Dynasty
Check the ignition coil use an ohm meter and check resistance of the coil especially after it won't stqart coil may be heating up and causing open circuit. Have seen this several times.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
This could be due to the spark plugs being fouled out. Try removing them and check to see if they are wet or dirty. If so try and clean them or replace them. See if this helps. If it does not it could also be the temperature sensor that the ECM uses to callibrate the mixture according to the temperature. Good luck.
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