Question about 1995 Dodge Intrepid
I have a 95 dodge intrepid with the 3.3 L. It started running rough and i have replaced the plugs & wires, the coil pack, the fuel filter and made sure the fluid levels were all good but it is still acting like its missing or starving for fuel. worse when in gear or at about 40 - 50 mph. I can hear some ticking on one of the injectors but cant see anything loose, leaking or unplugged. I also added fuel injector cleaner. I cant figure it out and wondered if you could offer any advice. Thanks
Possibly the EGR valve or EGR solenoid. it regulates the fuel intake
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
Is there a check engine light on? Also try checking the O2 sensor, the MAP sensor and throttle position sensor as all of these can cause similar problems without setting off an engine code on a 95 model. One of your BEST purchases will be a Hyne's Repair Manual for that car. You can get it on their website or at AutoZone. There are instructions in the manual on how to test these and other sensors. VERY helpful info for the home mechanic and worth more than the $25 they charge for it!
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
Have you checked the air filter or fuel press at the rail ??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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