Question about Dodge Ram 1500
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Two things you want to know about the check engine light on any vehicle. One is it's an emission warning. The most common cause is a loose gas cap, make sure it clicks when you gas up. Second, is that being an emissions light, is that it'll require some test equipment to find the problem if you checked the gas cap and it's tight. You will want to do that at your friendly Dodge dealer. Why? They'll not only know what it is, it might be fixed free in the emissions warranty which has some parts that are covered longer than the vehicle's regular warranty. The shop on the corner doesn't do warranty work and they're not going to tell you if it might be covered.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
p0440 - Evap. system performance (this could be something as simple as not turning the gas cap several times after you fill up.
p0456 - Evap leak monitor Small leak detected. - Could be related to the previous code.
p2106 - Throttle Actuator Control System - Forced limited power : This one you might have noticed the vehicle running rough, overdrive not working properly and cruise control will not set.
p2175 - Throttle Actuator Control System - Low airflow detected.
What you might want to try first is have the codes cleared which most auto parts stores offer this for nothing (unless you have a programmer then you can do it yourself). Pour in some fuel injector cleaner into your gas, put a new air filter on. And when you fill up your gas tank, crank the cap several times when you put it back on.
See if the codes come back on after that.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
I just had the same problem, new cap, deleted the codes with a obd... took it to the dealership...
its the EGR valve that was bad on my truck 2007 dodge ram 45000 miles...
i get it back on friday, its a simple part 1 wire harness and 2 bolts and gasket.
Posted on Mar 10, 2011
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