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Also replaced tps & idle air control valve. Does not overheat. I thought the coolant temp sensor was mostly for gauge. Has new head & intake gaskets, good oil pressure & fuel pressure. No codes. Dies every time temp sensor plugged in. Never dies when unplugged
we can fill it and it will be empty with in a cuple of miles and that stuff gets exspecive after a while weve replaced it and thet still didnt work and when we hit the break it tends to shake when its going empty on the steering fluid
Places transcase tuse truck off road, wnt to disengag4wd and lever just moes freely with no disenagement of transfer case from 4wd.
machanic checked fuel pressure good my viper alarm wouldnt shut off so he disconected still had problem factory alarm is still hooked up with viper alarm he said computer is good its not giving no code and bbefore that problem check engine light would come on sometimes saying some pistons wer misfireing
When I put it in reverse it stalled.I got it started but acts doggy like it wants to stall at lights. It also seems to not idle correctly when sitting in a drive thru.
check engine light has never come on
what all can i check to find out why my heater is blowing cold air
the fan is working
I got a code P0206 in the odometer by turning the key three times can you tell me what is wrong with he truck
I would like to know how to find out the engine size when you know the engine isn't the original engine that the truck came from the factory with. I always have to get a totally different oil filter than the books call for, for the truck. The books call for a large base oil filte which definitely will not work. I have to buy the small base oil filter.
I have a 2000 Dodge Dakota Sport 4x4 and I can't any stickers or markings that say what size the engine is. It is either 4.7L or 5.9L.
I have never filled a radiator in the middle of the hose before.
the ac clutch on engages intermittently about 2 to 3 seconds between engagements, also only blow hot air.
what might be the problem. 2000 dodge Dakota 3.9L
it didnt do nothing for it.