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Old 10-17-2016, 10:47 AM   #1
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04 Intrepid w/2.7l V6 will not start

I have a 2004 Dodge Intrepid with the 2.7L V6 engine. About a month ago, the car died on the road and when I ran codes on it it said it was the TPS sensor and the Crank Position Sensor. I replaced them both and it started up and ran for about 10 mins before dying again. This time it would not start back up. After checking everything out again, I found that the Fuel Pump had went out and replaced it. It started up and ran but it is now, after warming up, dying and after setting for a couple of mins will start back up but acts like it may be flooding. I added Heat, Fuel Treatment and Fuel Injector Cleaner and instead of getting better, it is getting worse. Now it won't even start and actually run with out cutting out and dying when you press the gas pedal.

Does anyone have any ideas of what might be going on with it? I need to get the car running again as it is my only transportation and I have to find rides to get to work.
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