Question about 1989 Dodge Raider
A few weeks ago, I was driving home when all of a sudden the truck died, no warning, just shut off. Then I couldn't start it for an hour or so. So I had it towed home. Now when I go out and start it, it runs fine until it warms up. Then it just dies instantly. When I go to restart it, it won't start. I'll go back an hour or so later and it will start, warm up then die. Can you help me? I have replaced the plugs, wires, distributor, brain, basically everything. It is like I am getting no spark to the coil.
If you are getting power to anything else (such as the interior light) then this isn't your fix but, I had a similar issue where by 88 Raider ran fine but then would quit. I tested the battery and it was fine. However, the connectors for the battery were bad and weren't holding tight. I found it by pushing on the battery and one of the terminals just lifted off. Lucky is better than good sometimes.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
Your battry maybe
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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