Question about 2001 Dodge Durango
Backfiring is a great symptom because you know what the problem is right away. It seems to be a timing issue. Crankshaft positioning sensor, distributor, electronic ignition, etc. Diagnose your problem concentrating on anything to do with timing. Vehicle just don't just don't jump timing unless something goes wrong of someone does work to it recently. If it backfires from the the exhaust you timing is advance and if it backfires from the intake it's retarded. It's is your firing timing.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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