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06 STALLING

2006 Dodge Charger • V8 •

Hi I have a 2006 Dodge Charger R/T 5.7. The car keeps stalling on me. When the car is cold I can drive it all over until it reaches operating temp, then it stalls. There was a p1521 code so I changed oil and cleared. Now there is a P0300 multiple misfire. I have replaced fuel pumps, Crank sensor, Cam sensor, Plugs, Air filter and ECT sensor. Before the car stalls the ETC light flashes and stability light is solid. If I let the car cool down it will start and run again til it is warm. Please help where do I go next?
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Amauto
July 18, 2011.




Check the pressure regulator. This sounds like a vapor lock issue. Find a parts store that loans tools and borrow a fuel pressure tester. Check the pressure when the engine is cold and when it's hot. They should be within a few pounds of each other. You may also want to check to be sure the fuel filter is flowing properly. Have a shop put it on a scope to make sure the coils are firing properly.

Rivermikerat
Jul 19, 2011.
I have checked fuel pressure readings are normal 59psi. Fuel pressure regulator and filter are on the new fuel pumps. All coils are firing as they are supposed to be. I work at a shop and have pretty much did everything including a back pressure test. I have done a smoke test and cannot find any vac leaks. I have done everything, but flash the computer. I don't think it is a computer issue though.
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Amauto
Jul 19, 2011.
Have you checked the pressure at the fuel rail? I don't think it's a computer issue either, otherwise it would show up more regularly. Check system grounds. Verify proper output for the charging system and battery condition, also. Check the condition of the plug wires. Make sure none are shorting out or arcing.

Rivermikerat
Jul 19, 2011.
I have figured out The 2006 Dodge Charger 5.7 Hemi stalling issue. I came to this site for help and even paid a donation and explained everything I did to this car and all I got was someone who couldn't read. I posted EVERYTHING I did and he was still havig me go back and check the things I already did. Don't answer questions if you don't know the answer. I will not return to this site ever again.

Tiny
Amauto
Jul 24, 2011.
I wouldn't have been able to answer or attempt to answer your question if I couldn't read. I was following typical diagnostic routines. Nowhere did I ask you to repeat things you said you'd already done. The only one that came close I was asking for clarification about where and how a specific test had been done. Have a nice day.

Rivermikerat
Jul 24, 2011.

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