Question about 1998 Dodge Dakota
I posted my problem on 8-14-08 under someone else with similiar problems, origianally the truck blew out a lot of black smoke on heavy acceleration. The truck had recent tuneup,fuel injection serviced, 2 oxy sensors replaced, intake manifold gaskets replaced, the fuel pressure is 47, the smoke test indicated no leaks, 2 codes came up 1 was the lean code the other bank 1. The truck runs rough once warmed up and I do not notice any more smoke. The fuel mileage seems to be horrible. So far someone had advised to replace computer.......
BEFORE TO REPLACE THE COMPUTER.
Replace the Engine Temperature sensor. ""
That work with the Computer " Normally 2 wires"
The sensor with a Single wire is for the GACE.
This not afect the engine Performance..
REMEMBER 2 wires Tenperature sensor.
Normally Located BESIDE of the Thermostat.
The same of the Engine water outlet.
After that Let me know .
Don't Replace the Computer until I give you a few TEST after this one. OK....
I hope this help on your problem..
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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