Question about 2004 Dodge Ram 3500 Truck
Posted once before havent gotten any response cleard the other codes only code left is 0633 that it doesnt recognize my key if i play around with the door locks and cycle the ignition switch i can get it to run but either not for long or at the most 5 miles then it wont start or it will only start then quit right away it has done this to me severaal times to the point ii cant drive the vehicle cause i know it will quit after 5 miles is thsi some type of security deal it seems to me this problem all started when i replaced my batteries please help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
my ram 50 starts just like any other vehicle, (no light switch pulling whatso ever), it sounds like somebody haas rewired something wrong or you have a loose connection and when you hit a large enough bump it cuts your power. Start it up and find a speed bump somewhere and drive over it enough to give your truck a jolt and see if it dies.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
more than likely in the interlock device i have known these things to mess with all kinds of systems on cars have it checked out to make sure everything is correctly connected and that they did not hook into the security system by accident.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
You have fuel and spark, but the fuel : air ration needs to be at 14.6:1 ratio to have the engine running smoothly and efficiently. In order to have this golden ratio. Mass air flow sensor, O2 sensor needs to be synchronized well with throttle valve position to cooperate with the Engine Control Module. Try to clean off all gums built up in your throttle valve very well is the first thing to do before addressing next steps.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
on some it goes from motor to firewall or motor to the frame.. you have to have a good eye for it is easily overlooked...good luck
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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