Car issues....and I need help quick goin' to NC!!!!?
Question: 1991 Dodge Dynasty 94,000 miles. I will have the car for 2 years in December. Problem: Whenever I get in my car to drive at some point during the drive the car feels like its going to run out of gas for a brief moment and shudders just enought for you to notice then my check engine light comes on. Transmission diagnosis resulted in no errors and charging system diagnosis resulted in no errors. Any advice would help I'm at my wits end.....HELP ME PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!
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If the "check engine"light comes on,that indicates that the computer recognized a malfunction and stored a diagnostic trouble code.If you really want your car fixed,you need to have it properly diagnosed by a qualified technician with the proper equipment. I would not suspect trans trouble,or charging system trouble. Based on your description,it sounds like a drivability (engine running)concern. I know you probably do not want to,but sometimes it is best to have it diagnosed at the Chrysler dealer.It will likely cost $70.00 to find out what is wrong.It doesn't take long to burn up $70.00 when your guessing. You can still make the repair your self after you find out what is wrong if you choose. Also,try to ask friends about the reputation of the dealership or other repair facility before selecting it. Good luck,and enjoy your trip.
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Possible that the fuel filter is clogged or the Cadalitic converter (spelled wrong) is bad. Good luck to you!
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