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CHECK 4WD FUSE.AND CHECK ELECTRICAL WIRES A VACUUM LINES GOES TO TRANSFER CASE AND CHECK FOR WORN AND DAMAGE SHIFT LINKAGES.

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Jan 03, 2010


CHECK FUEL PUMP FUSE AND RELAY.IF BOTH CHECK OUT OKAY.SOUND LIKE FUEL PUMP.FIRST HAVE TRUCK SCAN TO SEE IF YOU HAVE PCM FAULT CODES OR FAULTY SENSORS.

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Jan 03, 2010


i have seen this with two possible fixes: the coolant temp sensor is misreading, or an excessive carbon build up in the intake system. if the coolant temp sensor is reading correctly, have an air intake system cleaning performed (have had excellent results with BG brand www.bgprod.com )

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Dec 30, 2009


you may have an air leak in the petrol line, probably where the fuel pump was changed.
the car won't srpay out petrol some time's but overnight the vacum in the fuel line ****'s air in & the system is not primed.
The only way you can check this is by priming the rail first thing in the morning by turning the ignition key to the point just before starting & you should hear the fuel pump run for about 4 second's then turn off the ignotion, wait for a few sec's & turn the key to same position, it will prime again.
Do that a few times & check for petrol leak's as the fuel will run back to the tank via a pressure valve, If you see a leak then you've found where the air is getting back in if there is no leaking but the engine start's then you will have to go over all the hose clip's in the petrol system.
If not that then get back to me !

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Dec 05, 2009


stater bendex/new starter.or relay.but start with new starter.PS make sure your cables are clean AND THE BSTTREY IS HOT.a low or bad batt can do the same thihg

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Dec 02, 2009


rear side of transfer case,drivers side there are two plugs that are allen wrench fitted,the upper one is the fill,the lower is the drain

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Nov 23, 2009


Check your ignition coil first....it may have a bad winding that seperates when it heats up.....check it as soon as the truck dies.....this is a common problem.

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1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Nov 16, 2009


it can be water pump.

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Nov 07, 2009


Remove wheel....remove brakes....three bolts behind the hub (9/16" 12pt socket)....1 11/16" nut in center of hub needs to be removed. You will need a slide hammer type puller to hook onto the hub for removal. (you should replace the hub...prone to go bad)....axle will now slide out through opening where the hub was.

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Nov 07, 2009


un bolt tensioner if pully bearings bad ur build up of belt residue on pulley repair or replace either salvage yard,auto store,or dealer for replacement part

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Nov 01, 2009


yes, tap engine over until # 1 is at top dead center which would be ) on the gauge on harmonic balancer.find #1 on your cap on the distributor, at top dead center on #1 the rotor in the distributor should be at #1when the diistributor is all the way in and down in hole. then you should be close enough to time it with a light.

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Oct 12, 2009


NO. even tho its not in 4wd parts inside still rotate, there is probably no oil in it, they commonly leak with high milage, have it looked at before it comes apart or locks up

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Oct 10, 2009


Chrysler Full-Size Trucks 1989-1996 Repair Guide
Stationary Side or Rear Window

(see Figures 1, 2 and 3)
You'll need an assistant for this job.
  1. Remove the moldings surrounding the glass.
  2. Have your assistant stand outside and support the glass.
  3. Working from the inside truck, start at one upper corner and work the weatherstripping across the top of the glass, pulling the weatherstripping down and pushing outward on the glass until your assistant can grab the glass and lift it out.
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Fig. 1: Work the weatherstrip seal in until fully seated
  1. Remove the weatherstripping from the glass.
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Fig. 2: Exploded view of the vent window mounting-Dakota models

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Fig. 3: Exploded view of a common rear window mounting

To install:
  1. Clean the weatherstripping, glass and glass opening with solvent to remove all old sealer.
  2. Apply liquid butyl sealer, in the glass channel of the weatherstripping and install the weatherstripping on the glass.
  3. Apply a bead of sealer to the opening flange and in the inner flange crevice of the weatherstripping lip.
  4. Place a length of strong cord, such as butcher's twine, in the flange crevice of the weatherstripping. The cord should go all the way around the weatherstripping with the ends, about 18 in. (457mm) long each, hanging down together at the bottom center of the window.
  5. Apply soapy water to the weatherstripping lip.
  6. Have your assistant position the window assembly in the channel from the outside, applying firm inward pressure.
  7. From inside, you guide the lip of the weatherstripping into place using the cord, working each end alternately, until the window is locked in place.
  8. Remove the cord, clean the glass and weatherstripping of excess sealer and leak test the window.
  9. Install the moldings.

I hope help you with this (remember rated this help) Good luck.

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Oct 06, 2009


Sounds like your looking at the Air Conditioning Port, not oil press. More detail as to what help you need!!

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Oct 02, 2009


There should be a switch on the trans that may have a bad connection or has gone bad. I am guessing your trans (like most) is an automatic.
I see yours is a 4x4. If you have been working on the rig or been out off road, then you may have clipped or bumped a connection.

I'm not sure on this year but it may be a part of the Neutral Safety Switch.

Hope this helps...

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Sep 30, 2009


Why? don't like the switch? Just asking.

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Sep 29, 2009


Have your timing adjusted at your favorite service center to get the exact setting. Your distributor
moved and change the setting.

1995 Dodge Ram | Answered on Sep 28, 2009

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