the cabin air filter is located on the passenger side of the cowl. after opening the hood, remove the windshield wipers and the black covering ( 2 small T-30 screws, and a few body grommets). after you remove the cowl there will be a grey accordion looking filter in the cowl, remove that and replace with the new filter.
I had the same problem,there's a group of wires on a harness below the steering wheel, big blue one and red and pink, and about 8 other little ones, anyways the big red wire and the medium size red wires are for the heater motor, clean the terminals and plug back in and good as new
It's a map/tps sensor correlation code, essentially it means the map
sensor reading isn't what's expected with the tps reading and vice
versa! It sounds like your tps sensor is probably bad or the circuit to
one of those 2 sensors.
Maybe!!!! Wire taps are not a good thing. But yes I do them also... Kinda a catch 22! But the bad thing about wire taps are that they carode the exposed wires. Recheck the conections where you made the connection. If it breaks contact then the locks might not work. Or if the conection at that point is grounding out and blowing your relay or fuse. But if your tailgate lock still operated when all others did not then chances are that one of the door switches is bad. after you recheck your wires, disconnect the battery for about 10 to 15 minutes. If it is the relay then that should let it cool off and reset itself long enough to work or atleast hear a click out of the locks when you power up again. LISTEN CLOSELY FOR THE CLICK. Have someone inside of the car and up by the front of the car and this will increase the chance to hear it. You do not need the key on for the test because the locks have power all of the time. Good luck and let me know.
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Sounds like it either had trash in it or you dropped something in it before you reinstalled the throttle body! If it was trash it could have been blown out with an air compressor. Could also be a broken piston ring that came out on top of the piston upon startup!
There is obviously a problem somewhere else in the power steering system. Get the rest of the parts in the system checked, (and serviced where possible). Might be worth seeing if the fluid can be flushed to see if there's any blockages in the system.
You need to replace the internal solenoids. Not a hard job. Drop the pan, remove the PWM solenoid, and shift solenoids. PWM is causing this issue. New solenoids will cure it. Kit on eBay is $255. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOABDeJQrAE&vl=en https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ram-45RFE-545RFE-68RFE-Solenoid-Assembly-2004-Up-Dodge-Chrysler-Jeep-Mopar/351629865164?fits=Year%3A2005%7CMake%3ADodge%7CModel%3ARam+1500&epid=1853258599&hash=item51dec5f0cc:g:BI4AAOSwjDZYZrmf&vxp=mtr