I have a 1992 Dodge Dynasty 3.3l with approx 100000 miles. We have had the car for under six years and the only major issues have been trans related.
I was driving to the store last week and the car cut out while driving at about 40mph. I pulled over and could not get it to restart.
Minor low level diagnosis showed no fire from the wires to the plugs.
-- Replaced the ignition coil --
The battery was found to be insufficient
-- Replaced with a 660cca battery --
Crankshaft position sensor was suggested
-- Replaced CKP sensor --
I have shot some carb cleaner just to see if it was fuel related with no change in the start up.
The car has had a cut out issue for almost six to nine months. It has always started right back up afterwards with no issue. The cut out issue was very intermediate and never showed any serious sign to what may have been causing it.
Now I have a no start condition and a limited amount of tools and funds. I have been told it may be the ECM or the PCM or the Camshaft Position Sensor. I currently feel that this issue may be above my pay grade.
Friday, September 28th, 2012 AT 11:41 PM