Re: 97 2wd stalling

From: stebel@web.de
Date: Tue Sep 06 2011 - 02:33:42 EDT


my stalling was a broken fuel pump. sometimes the pump has not produced the needed pressure - maybe because of a dirty filter or a broken pump. Sometimes the truck drives fine and sometime like a stalling sackful of nuts.

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Von: "Kurt Cypher" <kcypher42.lists@gmail.com>
Gesendet: 06.09.2011 01:15:37
An: dodgedakotaowners@yahoogroups.com, dakota-truck@dakota-truck.net
Betreff: Re: DML: 97 2wd stalling

>
>On Mon, Sep 5, 2011 at 10:51 AM, Kurt Cypher <kcypher42.lists@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> I'm going to take it for a test drive to see if getting it up to
>> operating temperature brings the idle problem back, but I thought I'd
>> see if this new data helps narrow things down a bit for new
>> suggestions.
>
>Test drive results: I went about 30 miles, the first half was highway.
>When I first started it, it stalled right away, but then I got it to
>catch and revved it, and it was fine after that. After the highway
>driving, at our first stop, it stalled when I put it into park, but it
>started up right away, and when we were done in the store, it started
>up just fine. At the second stop, no stall and it started right up
>again and went the rest of the way home with no problems. When I got
>home, I put it in park, and it seemed like it was about to stall, but
>it did not.
>
>Just in case this extra info gives any more ideas.
>Thanks,
>Kurt
>

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