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Hi, my name is Troy, and I just bought a 2000 dodge dakota SLT v6 magnum, and when I test drove it, everything was fine. But a few days after I bought the truck, I noticed that the check engine light had come on. I drove it down my street a few times to see if everything was okay. The truck ran perfectly, it shifted when it was supposed to, it has plenty of power, it starts like its brand new. I was wondering if there would be any other reason for why the check engine light would come on. Can anyone give me insight on this problem?

It's sputtering when its started or at stop signs

It makes a loud humming noise, any ideas

when its warm it doesn't start engine turn over fine but no start...when i hold down the gas pedal to the floor it sounds like it want to start ...

when it start the truck in the morning it start fine but as soon as it starts to get warm it shuts down...and will not start again, i change crank shaft and cam shaft sensors...ignition coils oil plugs and also the two sensor on the intake manifold top...now i am out of options

I went and pull my 2000 dodge dakota head ... I put it back togather ...it fires up for a couple sec sometime a minute when hot it will not start, when I put the gass pedal to the floor sometime it start I went and change camshaft sensor and crankshaft sensor.. Fire is good gas is good also..

Tell me exactly where that is -- in the fuse box? Or not? A diagram or picture available would be helpful.

Coolant leaks from the radiator cap but the temp. never excedes normal operating temp on the gauge. The temp sending unit is new

alt. gage stop working just befor missing, now after restars drive about 1mile and alt. gage stops working again put gas in carb. stars up

What test could be used to test the evaporator

Truck is over heating but not loosing any water. Mainly over heats when going slow or in town what could it be.