1989 Dodge Ram D-Series Pickups - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

It is in the gas tank.

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Dec 07, 2015 | 1,241 views

faulty parts or leak in master cylinder or lines ..if discs could be stuck caliper

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Mar 02, 2015 | 19 views

check the firewall for a large square plug going into the firewall or behind the glovebox.... memory dim on this one

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Oct 29, 2014 | 439 views

put the thermostat back in the right way . Check and replace the bottom radiator hose if it feels soft when cool. Old soft hoses will suck together at speed and slow down the coolant circulation. Have a flow test done on the radiator cores for partially blocked radiator.

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Dec 20, 2013 | 99 views

what is your question ?

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Aug 08, 2013 | 69 views

Couldn't imagine it to come loose. Someone must have been working in that area at some time.I'm sure a clamp would be used. Can't tell you, just say a Prayer and allow the Lord to inform you. It's worked many times for me!

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Feb 11, 2013 | 45 views

heat exchanger not working properly check for unhooked linkage or bad vacuum or faulty climate control,not sure what type of controls

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Jan 14, 2013 | 44 views

In the fuel tank

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Nov 29, 2012 | 69 views

check your bulb it could be blown and need to be replaced

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Nov 08, 2012 | 25 views

I am sorry we do not have any diagrams.

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Oct 08, 2012 | 71 views

check your flywheel & starter, one or both will be missing teeth, or the starter isn't "throwing out" yo engage flywheel

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Aug 20, 2012 | 478 views

the circuit is shorted to the bulbs somewhere in the wires there is a short causing power to bypass the fuse and constantly run to the bulbs

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Sep 16, 2012 | 145 views

you have to remove the steering wheel, the multi-function switch. then inside the housing you will see four screws these come loose from pulling on the steering wheel to get in truck. tighten these up and use red locktight on the four screws and reassemble this will make the steering wheel tight again

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Mar 26, 2012 | 218 views

For Automatic transmission problem,Check the list of help links below.click the link below:----Automatic transmission troubleshooting:----


Automatic transmission shift lever issues?-------







Transmission fault light on car dash?


Transmission shifting problem?


Transmission Slips out of 2nd gear?


OD light flashing and transmission fluid leaking?


Why Transmission fluid leaks near radiator?


transmission fluid leaking?


****** wont go in reverse?


Automatic transmission will not go into reverse?


Transmission is making buzzing noise?



This will help.


1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Jul 23, 2014 | 939 views

In the throttle body. You may need to have someone show you where exactly it is.

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Oct 27, 2011 | 259 views

You need to have a oil pressure guage hooked up to see if you have a bad guage, sending unit to the guage, or if your oil pressure is actually low. Any garage should be able to do this, if you can't get one.

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Oct 16, 2011 | 214 views

If they can't fined anything wrong with the car itself the problem might be in the sensors. IDK what kind they use in that car, but the mechanic might not have the electronic equipment to diagnose, check, or solve the problem. They may have been damaged when they fixed it, might be wear and tear, or they probably just have to be reset/ re-adjusted. Most people don't bother to fix them if that's the case cause they see it as a pointless expense if nothing is wrong with the car it's self. Another issue is replacing them. Most mechanics will opt to replace them cause it's easier and they can charge you more...then again it might be expensive for them to ship it somewhere so some one can actually fix it, and then pay them also. Most mechanics don't know much when it comes to circuitry. In ether case most people don't do anything about it and continue to use there car with all the red flags on. Ether way if it's going to brake down it will anyway and you'll still have to pay to fix it. Usually at that point people usually decide it's time for a newer car anyway and sell, donate, or junk it. If you really want to keep your car though I suggest you or some one you know to just look it over once a month and see if you can see anymore wear and terr. It's a bit obvious sometimes if there's anything physically with it. Also have a mechanic give it a thorough inspection once a year. Good Luck

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Sep 27, 2011 | 126 views

What is the engine?

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Sep 23, 2011 | 33 views

Throttle Position Sensor

Wears where you use it most

1989 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Mar 30, 2011 | 394 views

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