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11-03-02, 08:43 PM   #1  

I have a 1994 Dodge Intrepid 3.3. When car is cold there is no problem. When it warms up and I'm on the highway and going between 55 and 60 mph the engine hesitates and stumbles during the first 1" of gas pedal travel. There is no problem when pedal is pressed more, or below 55 or above 60. Any solution?

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11-04-02, 07:49 AM   #2  
Start with the links and posts in my signature file below, most notably pulling any trouble codes stored in the computer first.

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11-05-02, 05:43 AM   #3  
Get yourself a good manual. OEM is best, but try Chilton's from Amazon.com. I have a Hayne's, but not as good as Chilton's IMO. I also have subscription to Alldata, but Chilton's is better and cheaper. I have a hesitation problem similar to yours and it can be caused by one of a dozen or so things, most of which I have tested or replaced. So good luck.


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