I have a 1990 Dodge Dakota with a 3.9 Engine it is hard to start but it does finally start.when it gets hot it wont start until it cools down.Heres what i have replaced.The Battery,the coil,the wires and Plugs.the ECU,the Alternator,new Distributor Cap rotary Button.whats next?
1990 Dodge Dakota 3.9 engine on 1990 Dodge Dakota
by msblondie427 in Chattanooga, TN on October 14, 2010
3 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by Superbob on October 17, 2010
Check for spark and fuel supply. Check the fuel pressure. The fuel pump should run for a second or so when you turn the key to 'ON.'
COMMENT by Visitor on October 17, 2010
It's getting fuel.someone told me it could be my starter.
ANSWER by Johnny Mopar on November 08, 2010
The most common failure producing the symptoms you have described is the Distributor Pickup Plate. It is located within the distributor and can be change simply by removing the Cap and Rotor and lifted out.
ANSWER by brentlindal on October 12, 2011
try and advance timing it should help with perform
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