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Hello and welcome to just answer. Does it stall while driving? or does it only do this when you rev it in neutral?
Are any codes being set? And when it stalls, is it a gradual loss of power or is it like you just shut the ignition off?
Ok, this may be fuel related. Can you connect your fuel pressure gauge and duct tape it to the windshield? Then drive it and wwtch the fuel pressure when it starts to act up. You may have a fuel volume problem. If the pressure drops off then suspect a faulty fuel pump. Try that and get back to me.
Not really. I have never seen a control module cause that type of symptom to be honest with you. Let me know what you find.
Ok, that is good pressure. So we can rule out a fuel delivery problem. It must be electrical then. I see you replaced the crank sensor, but did you also replace the camshaft position sensor?
Yes replace the cam sensor. I have seen issues where the cam sensor can short out internally and cause a crank sensor code to set. Do send me the code list. And when you replace the cam sensor PLEASE purchase an OEM Mopar sensor. I have seen issues where the aftermarket sensors can act up.
Wow that is a lot of codes. If you clear them out and drive it, which codes come back?
Ok, sounds good. I will look for your reply.
Ok, besides the 2 transmission codes, you have something going on with that crankshaft position sensor circuit. When you replaced the crank sensor, did you use an OEM Mopar sensor or an aftermarket one?
Sounds good my friend!
Hmmm, ok. well let me see if I can find some diagnostic procedures for those codes later today when I get home.