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check with code scanner for fault code/or bring to garage to scan for fault code

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Watch the video. Ignition Pick Up Coil Sensor Replacement How to Dodge Dakota

This Video applies to all models that use the 5.2L V8

Dodge Ram 1500... | Answered on Nov 08, 2019

Get an OBD reader and see what it says.

Dodge Ram 1500... | Answered on Nov 06, 2019

Fualty blend door or a bad blend door
actuator when when you turn it to the cold side will it cut the heat from the side the is working

Dodge Ram 1500... | Answered on Oct 31, 2019

Press "NAV" to go to the main navigation menu.

Scroll down and select "System Settings"

Scroll down and select "Clock Setting"

Make sure "Show GPS Clock" is selected with a red check in the box.

I had to switch "Daylight Savings" from "ON" to "OFF" in order to bring the time back an hour. I assume that I'll just have to switch it back to "ON" in the Spring in order to move the time forward and hour.

2006 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Oct 17, 2019

"No Bus" means the communication bus is down (the network connecting electrical parts and computers). This is usually a wiring/connector problem. Check for loose connectors, wiring, etc.

2000 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Oct 04, 2019

Most likely problem are the horn pads in the steering wheel. Check to see how sensitive they are when the horn is not engaged. It it honks with very little pressure, then you found the problem.

Dodge Ram 1500... | Answered on Oct 03, 2019

Check engine light comes on constantly nothing seems wrong or Check engine light keeps coming on and something is draining the battery..Which is it ?

1998 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Sep 20, 2019

Take a large socket and breaker bar or ratchet and on the crank bolt at the harmonic balancer and try to move the crank clockwise. This will tell if its frozen up. Also dirty or loose connections at the batt starter and ground can cause this.


Dodge Ram 1500... | Answered on Aug 25, 2019

Misfire codes a lot of times will be your individual coil packs. Not sure how many miles you have on your truck, but around 70 to 80 thousand miles you may start getting codes of misfires because your coils are starting to break down. Could also be a combination of coil and spark plugs. If it were my truck and it has high mileage, I would replace all the coil packs, and the spark plugs, and while I had it apart would clean the throttle body which is fairly easy to do.

Dodge Ram 1500... | Answered on Aug 12, 2019

Yes, there is a rev limiter and probably set at 4000 rpm when in park or neutral.

Dodge Ram 1500... | Answered on Jul 24, 2019

It will work fine. The CCA is a rating of how much power that the battery is capable of delivering at once and as the name suggests, cold cranking amps, is needed more in cold temperatures. As long as you are not in the arctic, it should be fine for a couple of days.

Dodge Ram 1500... | Answered on Jul 19, 2019

The ASD relay is controlled by the PCM (computer). The PCM will shut the ASD relay off if it doesn't see a signal from the crankshaft position sensor. Check that sensor and the wiring from the sensor to the PCM.

2000 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Jul 16, 2019

Upper hose to intake lower hose at bottom of engine.
Best to go to enter your car info under manuals and get info for free.

Dodge Ram 1500... | Answered on Jul 13, 2019

repair or rebuilding manual -some auto stores --trans repair shop --online search

Dodge Ram 1500... | Answered on Jul 06, 2019

David. Since your a dodge master. But Deffently not an expert reader . he said he can't hear the pump cycle when he turns the key. Im dealing with the same issue but the relay is located on the tipm circuit board. Im looking for the bypass info so i too dont waste money on a fuel pump. But which one is it?

2006 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Jun 30, 2019

A leaking brake line must be replaced with an identical or suitable replacement part. Original brake lines are produced from Bundy Tube - this is a steel tube coated with tin and might have further protection of an epoxy or vinyl coating. A brake line that has broken free of a retaining clip can vibrate and chafe through but rust is the main cause of leaks.

Brake line pressure is high so resist every temptation to make an unsuitable repair.
Replacement brake lines can sometimes be bought as a replacement part, from a factor in a variety of "standard" lengths or manufactured by most repair shops to a pattern, drawing or written specifications.

There are other brake line materials used in the aftermarket that do not rust though great care must be exercised during manufacture and fitting as both cupro-nickel and annealed copper both age harden and work harden...

Dodge Ram 1500... | Answered on Jun 30, 2019

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