First go to the basics. Look for a vacuum leak or something that may be holding the throttle valve open. Everybody wants to blame the computer first and ignore going to the most likely culprit because people don't understand the computer. Fact is, if the car is running, even though badly, it probably isn't the computer.
Unplugged connector, failed injector, broken wire, bad computer.
Problem in the injectors. Put a can of injector cleaner in the gas and see if it helps.
i would check out the injector pump. it is a common problem with that model cummings.
Spark plug, coil, injector, bad fuel, weak compression, wiring issue, computer issue,......
Bad injector or injector wiring on cylinder #3.
A Dodge Neon is port injected.
There is no such part.
It is not adjustable. If not correct, you have a sensor or computer problem.
matters where the leak is at
Any computer or a wiring problem ( connectors included ) can cause that problem.Any computer or a wiring problem ( connectors included ) can cause that problem.
Usually the injector pump has failed. You will also want to check the lift pump.
Idle is computer controlled and is not adjustable. If the idle is incorrect, you have a computer, sensor, wiring problem.
To reset computer on dodge caliber. remove the dodge caliber, remove the negative and positive cable from the battery. You can then reset your computer.
A cylinder misfire can be cause by a bad spark plug or a bad fuel injector. Replace the spark plug to see if the problem is corrected.
The air bag system has a problem that could result in a serious safety problem. Have the computer system scanned and repair the problem
The computer sends a pulse The computer has a green wire with a black stripe,that wire runs over to the fuel relay then splits off to the fuel pump,then to the injector/s ,then last to the ignition coil
These vehicles are known for ECM (computer) problems that cause missfires & other runability problems. Usually if this is a ECM problem the dash works intermittantly (lights, odometer, etc) also. Could also be an injector or another ignition component.
dirver side by injector pump
In order to disable a fuel injector on a Dodge Ram 5.9 L, you will need to locate the Schrader valve along the engine's line. You then will need to take a screwdriver and simply detach the battery cable.
Most of the time this means that the coil for that cylinder is bad. It can also mean a bad plug and sometimes the fuel injector.
26 means too high resistance in the #3 injector bank, or the injector itself.
It gives the engine computer the rotational location of the crankshaft. That is how the computer knows what piston is coming up on top dead center. It needs this info along with the cam sensor(in the distributor) for injector and spark timing.
Could be a leaking fuel injector.