I had this problem with my truck aswell, it turned out to be an exhaust leak right in front of my O2 sensor (aftermarket exhaust) the sensor was getting false readings from the air rushing in through the leak. Ultimately causing oddball air/fuel mixtures. I am in the process of having my exhaust changed on my 1994 Ram 1500 with the 5.2 and I was told that the O2 sensor was in the cadalitic converter and that it would not run right without the converter. You can go to JEGS.com and get a dumby sensor that just plugs in and tells your computer that it is working fine. Hope this may help!!! TEX
There are several things that can cause your 2003 Dodge Ram cruise control not to work. The most common cause is a blown fuse. A malfunctioning speed sensor can also cause the problem.
A loose wire would cause the horn to stop working on your Dodge Avenger 2.4L engine.
who ever said that a dodge ram diesel does not have a servo it is not true. I have a dodge diesel 2001 and it has a servo and the answer to this question is it had a vacuum leak in the servo vacuum line, changed that and cruise control worked great. the servo is under the drivers side battery.
yes.tcc will not work corect or cruise control
A dead battery would not cause an engine to seize
Turning on the headlights with the engine turned of.
You will need to get the cause of the check engine light repaired.
A leaking fuel rail is the normal cause.
You need to have it checked for trouble codes. You can then diagnose the cause.
Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.
On a 2000 Dodge Ram, "no bus" means the communication network between modules has quit working. Any module on the network or the wiring between them can be the cause of the malfunction.
First you need to troubleshoot the 1994 LeSabre cruise control. Check the fuse, the cruise switch, the linkage, to find where the problem is. Check the vacuum lines on the engine as a vacuum leak can cause the cruise to not work properly.