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You need to scan for codes and let me know what you find. I would look at the fuel pressure regulator for the long crank issue. For the engine stalling problem I would look at the egr valve. This will usually set a code. the regulator will not set a code.
Cam sensors can also cause this but it looks like you already replaced it.
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Check the fuel pressure regulator, hook up a fuel pressure gauge and turn the key on. You may have a problem the the fuel pump and regulator.
I personally have a 2004 durango 5.7 hemi, my truck did the same thing. I replaced the EGR valve and it has not happened since.
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What is the p code number you are getting?
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Ok let me know when you get the codes, thanks.
Multiple cylinder misfire. There are a few things that can cause this. You need to narrow it down as to which cylinders are misfiring.
You need a scan tool capable of reading live data. You need to record some live data with the scan tool.
I need to see some data in order to help you. Check long and short term fuel trims.
Could be a coil pack or ecm issue, could be an injector issue, could be an intake or vacuum leak.
Impossible to diagnose this without the proper scan tool. You can use the tool to see live misfire data, it shows you which cylinders are missing.
With no scan tool we are only guessing.
No, those are just code readers. You need a shop quality scan tool.
Not necessarily a Dodge dealer, most auto repair shops will have a scanner that will work.
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