Stalling due to faulty distributor pickup plate on Dodge Ram Wagon B150

The distributor pickup plate may fail causing Intermittent Stalling or No Start Condition, usually when engine is hot.
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Average mileage: 208,000 (208,000–208,000)
2 model years affected: 1990, 1991
3 people reported this problem
1 person shared problem details
will start cold, wont start once it is cut off and warm. when it cools again it cuts off. replaced cranks sensor still doing the same thing. now i am about to replace the pick up plate in the distributor. I hope it works. my van is a 99 b2500 5.9 v8
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