I have a 94 dodge intreped that stals out when it gets hot and its like when it gets a little cooler it starts back up i have replaced the coil pack,crank postion sencor,and the cam sencor and added new grounds.
I don't know if this will help but I had the same problem on a 1993 Intrepid. It turned out that the problem was a broken wire at the connector to the cam sensor. The way I found it was to have someone crank the engine while I moved the cable to the sensor and I could make the engine start and stop as I wiggled the cable.
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You probably have a plugged heater core. If one hose is hot, and other one is quite a bit cooler or cooler, then you have a problem with flow through heater core. Try flushing it. I hope that will help.
If the Eagle is 2 wheel drive try to determine if it has a 41te or 42te transmission. These can be interchanged by a knowledgeable mechanic assuming your vehicle is compatible. Many times these transmissions are referred to as a 604 or 606 respectively. The weak link in the 604 is it's output shaft splines.
1994 Dodge Intrepid is not equipped with a passenger airbag override. Most cars do not have them. Pickup trucks have them because small children have no back seat to sit in if they are in a regular cab pickup.
Try changing the coolant sensor. I'll bet your gas mileage is less than normal too. The sensor is not reading correctly when hot & is not allowing the computor to advance the timing to adequate levels thus the poor performance. It is located near the thermostat housing. You may lose a little antifreeze when you remove it. Also if you unplug the sensor when the engine is hot, it will run much better in the meantime. Just plug it back in for start up. Hope this helps you. Good luck!
find ur tensioner ply back loosen old one if u have to draw a diagram how its laced it helps sometimes and do the same to put it back.or just to test it real quick start the car get a bar soap rub underneath the belt while running should stop it be careful though take ur arm off
I HAVE A 98 INTREPID AND I WENT TO A JUNK YARD AND JUST PULLED THE PASSENGER SWITCH OUT OF THE DOOR AND UNHOOK.WIRES....VERY EASY....PUT IN YOUR CAR AND THAT SHOULD WORK...ITS PRYS OUT OR PULL OUT WITH PLYERS....THESE SWITCHES CONNECT LIKE A CIRCUIT AND IF PASSENGER DOOR SWITCH IS BAD IT WILL NOT WORK FROM DRIVERS OR PASSENGER SIDE...98 TO 2000 ARE ALL THE SAME PARTS....HOPE THIS HELPS.....