where is the EGR located
Looking for answers to a problem with my 2005 Dakota 3.7 V6. It misses on slow acceleration between 35 and 55 mph. . if I mash the pedal it accelerates fine. . 2 check engine codes come up. PO152 and PO300. . I have changed cat converter (whole unit) and all 4 O2 sensors.. upstream and down stream. . Fuel pressure is 52 PSI at idle and 62 PSI when revved up.. I have a good scanner but a lo of the info it gives me I have yet to understand.
Left axle is very difficult to remove from the transmission on these cars. Right side always seems to pop off easier. Any suggestions?
I have a stock rear end and would like to replace it with a limited slip differential rear end, can the existing rear end be removed and a oem limited slip rear end from a similar year vehicle be replaced with out modification?
Starts and runs good, can get in it an go to town 15 miles one way and 90% of the time when I get back in it to leave it won’t start. Cranks over good but NOT getting FIRE. Have let it set over night, and sometimes 3 or 4 hours it will start right back up.
Where is the PCV valve located on the engine exactly (a picture would be very helpful) and is it the type with a rubber gasket around it?
Started yesterday with a whining pitch, particularly when disengaging the clutch. This morning it will not turn over at all
What would cause it to misfire while idleing.
Rough idle when first started and will contiue until completly warm. ( about 30 min.) only at slow speed.
code p0132, I put a new upstream 02 sensor on, why is it saying this