Question about 1991 Dodge Stealth
Check your distributor cap for a HAIR LINE CRACK this normaly is the problem as it expands when hot and shorts out replace the ROTAR ARM as well
Posted on May 09, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Check your grounds guys...if even ONE ground is loose or corroded from the block, she'll act up...especially more when warm. Another good place to check is under your console (behind radio), this is where your main ground actually connects (weird yes) but we've rebuilt a stealth and had this problem....turned out to be the ground on the metal chassis behind the radio.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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Posted on Feb 26, 2010
SOURCE: 97 dodge ram no spark
then i would replace whats called the hall effect sensor its that black plastic plate you see when you take dist cap off. just pull rotor and lift up the sensor.dist cap is what holds it on.also under the sensor will be a stamped sheet metal piece that looks like the top of a castle wall. make sure its not loose on the shaft.if it is then new dist will be needed
Posted on May 09, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 1991 Dodge
Do you have spark? Fuel? Compression? Does it fire at all? Does it sometimes fire when you let go of the key? If you have spark, are the spark plugs dry or wet? Did it just stop running or has it been sitting? These are very important questions that need to be answered in order to narrow down the problem. With a vehicle of this age, you could have a dead distributor triggering coil that would not show up in a computer test.
Posted on Feb 17, 2011
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