car shut off on road no water or oil in car
My car has an automatic transmission.
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There are multiple reasons why your Dodge Durango may have stopped running. The water in the oil is typically a problem with a blown head gasket, but most of the time a car will stop running completely when there is damage to the timing chain / timing belt or ignition system. However, it’s also common for a malfunctioning fuel or ignition sensor to cause a motor to quit running instantly as well.
The best option here is for you to contact a local ASE certified mechanic who can inspect the vehicle on site, weed out any possible issues, and diagnose the stalling problem correctly through testing and gathering more information.
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