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STARTING THE CAR BUT I WONT KICK OVER
This doesnt make any sense wont start but it will turn over then u say it starts but wont kick over??? hmmmmm do u have gas in it?
Posted on Jan 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
3.8 are known for ignition trouble but first use the fuel release valve located on top of engine under a screw cap to see if your getting fuel. It takes 4 things to make engine run fuel spark air and compression. But most likely the Ign control module or crank sensor. So try this
1) check the fuel pressure
2) check for spark
3) compression test
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
Ive got a Jetta 2 CSI and had the same trouble. I then discovered that my coldstart packed up, wich you cant even get at the agents anymore. So If you are in the Benoni area I can fix it for you for 'n reasonable price, and you won't have that trouble any longer. Mine is still starting by just touching the key. 0829484343
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
SOURCE: car turns over but wont start
Possible fuel pump or ignition coil. I know this is vague, but without seeing it, that's all I got. Chrysler has had a bad habit of mounting the ignition coil too close to the left exhaust manifold on 318s and 360s (5.2s and 5.9s). problem with that is, the thing gets VERY hot and breaks down, over time. Does anyone who drives the Durango have the nasty habit of driving when the gas light is on? The fuel pump is in the fuel tank to submerge it in gas, keeping it cool. Without the fuel present to cool the pump, eventually it burns itself out. Honestly, this seems like the most likely problem..... Not that either you or your wife would let the fuel get that low :). If the truck is 10 years old or so, has high mileage, or has had problems stalling when warm, then not restarting for an hour or so, it's time to look at the fuel pump. Know that the fuel pump on a Dodge Durango/Ram/Dakota is actually an assymply, with the pump built in and a massive screen. Usually runs around $550, parts, alone. Hope this helps, at least a little!
Posted on May 22, 2010
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