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1991 Dakota alt. Is over charging.
has to be the voltage regulator,silver box on the firewall about 4 inches
tall 1 inch thick,abuot 3 inches wide 2 wire connector cliped on the face.
To be sure disconnect the plug and start the truck,shouln't charge at all.
Part is about 15 bucks 2 screws to change it,make sure it is well grounded ,clean surface well.
on Feb 03, 2012
No fuel coming out of injectors
You haven't given any amplifying information such as engine size, but I will give you a generic assessment as best I can based upon your symptom and experience with the Dodge family. The most likely culprit (and one of the cheaper options) in drop-dead cases, where no other issue exists (suh as overheating), is the crankshapt position sensor. They are prone to failure and will cause the computer to stop sending spark triggers and injector pulses. If you have no fuel or sprak, this is most likely the cause.
on Nov 20, 2011
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