i have a 2002 dodge dakota with 118xxx miles, there is no check engine light. but it will drop down to 500rpm and sometimes stall out. i have replaced the tps but no luck, if i reset the computer then it runs fine for about 200 miles then starts acting up again. any ideas?
low idle, stalling, no check engine light on 2002 Dodge Dakota
by mattmatt23 in Valrico, FL on May 06, 2010
ANSWER by Oakman on May 06, 2010
You can try cleaning the throttle body of your 2002 Dodge Dakota. Using a shop towel and some aerosol brake cleaner, open the throttle valve and clean the deposits from the throttle bore. These deposits restrict air flow and can cause a low idle condition. If this does not help you may have a sticking idle air control valve.
i can be driving and truck just cuts off,low idle also,and pull over and it fires back up.and sometimes check engine light comes on .no codes.if it gets up to 3000 rpm ,it cuts off,,help?
there are no code readings can drive in reverse when in 1st. gear wants to stall out will idle and not die has a standard shift dealer does not know answer service light not on