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Re: HEATED SEATS ON A DODGE 250 RAM DIESEL
The most common problem with heated seats are the elements, located under the seat covers.It is not an overly difficult procedure, just time consuming.
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is it a gas engine or a diesel? it could mean two different things depending on the fuel type. black smoke in a diesel is either an air of a fuel problem. in a gas truck there should never be black smoke. it may be a dark blue smoke which is burning oil.
Sounds like you are about to replace some pinion brgs. Good Luck - Ned If the pinion seal is leaking, you may as well do it bbefore it hurst the housing. Metal in the oil will confirm or lack of will assure you are ok. Good Luck, Ned
The most probable cause for your problem is the heating grid that is mounted on the set for heating it, it is under the seat cover, the light will act weird because it is not completing the circuit. Raise the seat cover and visually look at it, it should be burnt.
The cam or crank position sensors are notorious for failing, after they age and get heat in them the signal is no longer generated. Also make sure fuel lift pump is working properly, check all of the fuel filters and for fuel leaks of any kind including sucking air on the suction side of the lift pump. Good Luck!!