Oct 252015
 

Vehicle starts fine when cold. After running for a while it will die. When trying to restart it takes a while or will not start. Any reasons why?
1991 Dodge Dakota

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  1. If you have a check engine light on you may have multiple issues. But you are in luck, you can do it yourself by following these steps to scan Dodge computer codes.

    Most common reason for this would be the ignition control module. These electronic modules tend to act this way when they are going bad. The ignition control module quits working when hot. So it starts right up when cold or first start of the day but once it starts to warm up the ignition starts to break down and eventually dies. Replacing the module should correct the issue.

    Dodge Ignition Control Module …

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