Question about 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 Truck
My 2001 Ram 1500 5.9L truck quit while driving and wouldn't re-start. Towed it home, changed the fuel pump assembly. Still won't start. Changed cap and rotor, and still won't start. I have fuel pressure at the fuel rail, but it won't fire. Turns over like crazy but wont' fire. Any ideas?
Jgebert... Have you tried the crankshaft position sensor? I use to have the same problem. While driving it would turn off, but as soon as I replaced this part, I don't have that problem anymore. Good luck and take care.
Posted on Apr 26, 2013
Have you checked the codes?
Mine was a faulty coil.... Twice. I made a heat shield for the second one.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
SOURCE: my guages in my 1984
I am suspecting it is a wiring issue. Check first the fuses. If in case the issue with the fuse, there is still a chance that this may happen you will have to inspect the harness from the gauge for loose connections or exposed conductors which may touch another wire or the body of the car causing a short. Also check the wiring from the column. If it is not the fuses the more the inspection on the wiring should be made. You will have to further search down to the engine if no issues are found on the wires under the dashboard and column.
Posted on Sep 05, 2011
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