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1995 Dodge Dakota 3.9L No Start VIN: 1B7FL26X9S
Hello, this Dakota has made the rounds for an intermittent no start problem. The problem will only occur after a hot soak, and starts and runs fine otherwise. When the no-start occurs, using a spark tester, there is spark, a nice, bright flashing noid light...
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1997 Dodge Intrepid 3.5L Mechanical VIN: 2B3HD46F6V
Engine had a rod bearing failure due to lack of oil maintenance. Question is in regards to installing camshaft sprockets onto the cams. The camshafts are (essentially) not keyed, and special tool 6642-A is required to hold them in proper position while the sp...
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2001 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck 5.9L Cuts out, Misfire VIN: 3B7HF13Z01
Most replies leaned towards a fuel issue. We also are inclined to believe it is fuel related. Customer has been driving vehicle intermittently without incident. We installed a fuel pressure gauge so that when it acts up he can record a pressure reading(s) for ...
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2002 Dodge Stratus 2.4L Unknown
Hi guys,I recived 9 replies from very helpfull members . I would like to thank evreybody .It turn out to be cam notches that were not in horizantal position of the engine tilt .when i reset the timming marks on the crank and the cams ,I took a straight edge an...
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