Shuts off while driving on 1998 Dodge Durango

replaced computer in truck-replaced fuel pump-replaced map. Why does it still shut off while driving on highway or town?

by in Casselberry, FL on November 01, 2009
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5 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by , November 01, 2009
This problem needs a diagnosis, not more guessing. Throwing parts at it is a waste of money and you actually may be adding new problems that will need to be addressed. I'm curious, how much money have you spent on trying to fix this problem?
ANSWER by , November 01, 2009
Did you try pulling the trouble code get the diagnostic.
COMMENT by , July 26, 2010
I had a similar stall problem with my 2005 Dodge Durango and it was the EGR valve, I replaced it and have not had the stalling problem again (about 3 years ago it was replaced).
ANSWER by , August 06, 2010
I konw for sure its miss fiering. The crank sensor is fulty, there is a tech tip when you replace the crank sensor to the up grade sensor the check light will blink, drive the vehical to 70 mph then let off the gas let it drop to 20 mph then stop. turn the key on then off twice with out starting the vehical that should stop the problem. this is to have the comp. to learn the miss happen to me .......hope it will make your problems a thing of the pass.
ANSWER by , May 10, 2011
If ur fixing urself and guessing then id change crankshaft position sensor 1st. Then id think about camshaft position sensor.
ANSWER by , October 10, 2010
My 2000 SLT V8 was having the same problem until I replaced the ignition coil. Cost was reasonable at $157.00