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03-22-02, 08:47 AM   #1  
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I have a 1994 Dodge Caravan with the 3.3 V-6 that keeps stalling but only does it after running a while ( 30 minutes ) and on a warm day. It will stall as i come to a stop and then is difficult to start back up. it will turn over but will not "catch". After about 5 minutes, it will start back up with no problem but may stall on me again at the next stop or real slow turn (like into my driveway). I have replaced fuel filter, air filter, pcv valve, and ignition coil. Seemed to be ok for about a week after replacing coil but it was because it was cool outside. Any ideas would be appreciated especially from someone with experience on this and Dodge. ***UPDATE*** As of 4/29/02 have replaced wires, plugs, O2 sensor, IAC motor, throttle position sensor, fuel pump and relay, & fuel pressure regulator. Still doing it. I am about to shoot the thing. Any more ideas?? I have seen many related things in different web sites but have heard of no solution.


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03-22-02, 09:27 AM   #2  
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The engine size would be a start...........

The pickup coil in the distributor may be shot (if so equipped), along with other woes.

 
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03-22-02, 11:12 AM   #3  
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3.3 should be distributorless.

Check alldata.com for any known bulletins that relate to the problem.

Check the links in my signature file below for some ideas.

 
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