Question about 1998 Dodge Dakota
Yes there is a sensor that can cause this. First, is your Pontiac drive-by-wire? Meaning that there is no throttle cable connecting the gas pedal to the throttle? If so, the TPPS sensor (throttle position pedal sensor) may be faulty. You will need a scan tool with PID data capability to check the sensor feedback. If it is not DBW then the TPS sensor on the throttle body may be faulty or the fuel pump may not be supplying enough fuel pressure to the engine causing a lean condition. Hope this helps!!
Posted on May 20, 2009
Well you already got the answer, it is the air mass flow unit sensor that is faulty, replacing it and clearing the error codes will solve the problem.
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
SOURCE: i have a 2001 doge
Most likely need to clean your IAC sensor, dodges are notorious for having this prob, depending on your engine, it should be on the rear of your throttle body held in place by 2 torx screws
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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