1992 Dodge Dakota

Tiny
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  • 1992 DODGE DAKOTA
  • 6 CYL
  • 2WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 88,000 MILES
We have a 92 dodge dakota, in the mornings or if it has been sitting long enough to cool down it will crank but if we drive it even a couple of miles it won't crank back up and if we drive it several miles it will die. We have replaced the catalytic converter and put a new ignition coil on what else should I do! And how do I check the codes myself please contact me @ 706-647-6082 or cjr80@windstream. Net
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Saturday, June 20th, 2009 AT 12:12 PM

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To call up codes, cycle ignition switch on, off, on, off and on within 5 seconds. Stored codes will be indicated by flashes of the power loss/check engine lamp. The codes will be indicated as two digit numbers, with a four second pause between codes. An example of a code is as follows:

Power Loss/Check Engine Lamp illuminated for approximately 2 to 3 seconds as a bulb check, then turns off.
Lamp flashes 2 times, pauses, then flashes 6 times.
Lamp pauses for approximately 4 seconds.
Lamp flashes 3 times, pauses, then flashes 1 time.
This would indicate that code 26 and 31 are stored. The lamp will continue to flash until all stored codes have been displayed.

Once the lamp starts flashing the stored fault codes, it cannot be stopped. If a code is missed, the entire procedure must be repeated. The lamp will not indicate if oxygen feedback system is switching lean-rich or if idle motor system is operational. The lamp also cannot be used to perform actuation test mode, sensor test mode or engine running test mode.

After all fault codes have been displayed, then power loss/check engine lamp can be used to verify switch function. The lamp will turn on and off as the switch is turned on and off.

11 Engine has not been cranked since battery was disconnected.
13 MAP sensor pneumatic circuit.
14 MAP sensor electrical circuit.
15 Vehicle speed/distance sensor.
17 Engine running too cool.
21 Oxygen sensor circuit.
22 Coolant temperature sensor circuit.
24 Throttle position sensor.
25 IAC motor driven circuit.
27 Fault in injector driver interface circuit.
31 Purge solenoid circuit.
32 Fault in EGR diagnostics.
33 A/C cutout relay circuit.
35 Fan control relay circuit.
41 Charging system excess or no field current.
42 ASD relay circuit.
43 Fault in ignition coil control circuit.
44 Battery Temp Voltage.
46 Battery voltage too high.
47 Battery voltage too low.
51 Oxygen feedback system stuck at lean position.
52 Oxygen feedback system stuck at rich position.
53 Internal logic module problems.
54 Fault in the distributor high data rate pickup circuit.
55 Completion of fault code display.
62 Indicates unsuccessful attempt to update EMR mileage.
63 Unsuccessful attempt to write to an EEPROM location by the controller.

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Saturday, June 20th, 2009 AT 12:24 PM

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