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Re: 92 dodge colt sedan
Hey in most cases the reason it's of two things. either your catalytic converter is
plugged or you are losing fuel either from a plugged filter or a bad
fuel pump. wouldn't be a bad idea to check the air filter also.
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I once had a problem like this one, the car started but when i put in on drive the engine died. This was because the engine moved when put in drive, and a ground to the injectors was lose, so just got it tight and problem fixed.
Start your engine and move the harness a bit if it dies there's a lose wire.
4.9 litre ?? you having a laugh its a 10ton truck engine not a pick up -global warming machine,remove the pump/sender unit and check the gauze filter also look inside tank for a something floating around ,i think the idles is not a related problem to the vehicle losing power but their is a possibility you could have a problem with the little vac operated thing on the fuel injector line that allows the fuel through only when the engine is running
Hello, It sounds as if it may indeed be a broken ring. It is getting compression inside the motor called blow-by. My suggestion would be as long as it doesn't use oil or give any other problems, I would drive it.