Have a stalling problem. Starts up fine , runs for about a mile or 2 then quits runing just shuts down. It will restart right away goes about a another mile does the same thing. It does't happen all the time. For Two days now the truck was running fine. If you can help I do need it
stalling on 1990 Dodge D250
by willima in Albany, NY on June 13, 2010
ANSWER by dandd on June 13, 2010
I worked on a Dodge like this and it turned out to be the RPM sensor inside of the distributor, so when it stalls, check for spark, if it is losing spark, this may it. The Dodge I worked on never set any codes, so that makes it a tougher call.
ANSWER by Visitor on September 26, 2010
Could be rust in the muffler.I had a big flake of rust blowing around inside and would block the tube.turn the motor off and rust fell down.
What is in the distributer than controls how much air/fuel mixture to send to injectors. It seems to be sending too much fuel, after truck is warmed up.
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