Asked by A1sauce Dec 27, 2018 at 12:04 AM about the 2002 Dodge Dakota SLT Quad Cab RWD

Question type: General

I have 02 dodge Dakota 4.7 I was haveing truoble starting
my truck some times and now it finally took a crap. Its
cylinder 2 misfire and #2 injector. Changed all 8 coils and
plugs tied it still sputting like it wants to die. Took off the
#2 injector and tested it to see if it would open when the
truck started and it did. So now I dont know what else it
could be the PCM? Still giving me #2 fuel injector no
misfire. But before this my truck would unlock and lock by
its self? My abs and brake light are on as well any
suggestion I need some help please????? The codes are
P0202 and P0500 I need some advice on what to do should
I replace the PCM

1 Answer

Sometimes it is the PCM. I would suggest having Oriellys check for codes to see if they see the same codes with their obd2 tester. other than that I would rent their noid tester and recheck the injectors. Hope this helps.

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