My 1998 Dodge Dakota v6 3.9L has been having random stalling issues for a few months. It mostly stalls when decelerating or stopped (in drive) It very rarely stalls while idling in park (though it has twice). When it stalls it some times will start right back up other times it has to sit and cool off. It gives no real indication it is about to stall, it just quits like some one just turned the key. I haven't had it stall on me when the engine was cold, only after its been warmed up. No codes pop up either.
I have taken it to two places, its regular mechanic and right now its at the dealership. neither places knows where to go from here.
We have replaced many pieces on the truck that could have been the issue and its still stalling.
Computer has been replaced (2012)
Ignition coil has been replaced twice. (2013 both times)
Battery has been replaced (2014)
Spark plugs and Wires have been replaced (2014)
Throttle body has been cleaned twice (2014)
Dodge has replaced the crank sensor behind the right head, and put in a new distributor cap and rotor (both replaced in 2014). The cap was pretty deteriorated and the rotor was covered in soot. They thought they had found the problem with that but I wasn't so lucky.