Engine Performance problem
1998 Dodge Caravan 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic @94000 miles
My 98 Dodge Grand Caravan with about 94,000 miles on it stalled out on me as I was drinving it. I took my foot of the gas to start slowing down to a curve onto another street and as soon as I started to apply the brake to slow down more the RPM came down and then the van just died. I had to pump the gas to get it started again. Once started the engine sounded like it was chugging, I got up to 35-40 miles an hour approaching a stop I took my foot off the gas again and as soon the RPM came down it just kept going instead of idleing and it died. It did this three more times in less then a 1/2 mile until I got to my house. I turned it off and it would not start until I pumped the gas a few times as I turned the ignition. It had a very high sulfur smell from the exhaust. After this it just did not want to idle on it's own. I would started hold the RPM/s about 1500-2000 and then let go of the gas and it would just die out. I turned the ignition over 3 times real fast to get a code and no code showed up on the dash. It seemed to run fine after that. That was abot two weeks ago. It did it again today when my drove it to the grocery store just down the street. She pulled into the parking lot and it started to stall. I don't know if it is the fuel pump, the PCM or something else. What can you advise?
Monday, September 21st, 2020 AT 12:37 PM