Okay, maybe you can shed me some light before I go and do anything drastic.
I have a '99 Dodge Grand Caravan 2WD 3.3L v6 with 143,000 miles.
Replaced Battery, Starter, Alternator, Plugs, Wires, Oil Change.
When I go to start the van, it will attempt to start but won't actually start. I am able to get it to start up no problem when I give it some gas, however. But the engine will die if RPM reaches below 1,000.
There is also a puttering noise, and may sound like the Catalytic Convertor. I also have a Service Engine soon light, but not a Check Engine light.
I haven't hooked up an OBDII reader to it yet, and might do so tomorrow.
I would like to know, is this a common issue, or is something bad?
Others have told me it can fall between Spark Plugs, Catalytic Convertor, MAP Sensor, or Fuel Pump.
have the same problem?
Saturday, October 1st, 2011 AT 4:35 AM