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Hey guys,

I'm having a little trouble w/ the Durango. It is getting hard to start since the weather has cooled. It doesn't want to idle. I have to rev it pretty good, eventually it catches and runs okay. I'm wondering if the fuel pump is not functioning properly. I've run seafoam through the throttle body. I ran another bottle through the gas tank.

Has anyone tried one of the performance pumps like the Holley? Would it even be compatible with a stock motor like mine? I've done some minor bolt ons, but the guts are all stock.

We're heading up Minnesota way in a few weeks. If the cooler temperature is causing it problems here in Oklahoma, I'd hate to drive it up there like it is.

Thanks! :rck:
 

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Hey,

Thanks for the input. It turned out to be the pcm. After having it rebuilt twice I finally got one that took care of the problem.
 
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