Stalling on 2006 Dodge Sprinter 2500

The van is still under warranty so need to stay with an authorized dealership. Any ideas on what the problem might be along with a solution?

by in Fort Lauderdale, FL on August 16, 2009
2 answers
ANSWER by on August 16, 2009
Regardless of warranty or not, you need to have some good techs look at your vehicle. I have seen vehicles stay at poor quality dealerships for over 6 months with out any progress. just because your vehicle is still under warranty,does not mean an independent shop can not work on it. I have repaired cars that were still under warranty after the dealer had struck out several times and then the dealer had to back pay for the job, because they were incapable of repairing their on product. Stand up for your rights! Best of Luck!
ANSWER by on March 19, 2011
This is a big problem for this van. Have tried having it fixed dozens of times. I now drive without the rear a/c most days unless I can hit the switch before taking my foot off the gas pedal. Reliably stalls the engine every time other wise. Have a 2006 same issue began the day I bought it brand new. Has 60,000 miles on it issue never resolved.
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