Question about 1984 Dodge Ram 50
My thermostat meter not working
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Start the engine and get it up to operating temperature. Take a spray bottle with water in it and spray the vaccum hoses and around the intake gaskets. If the water affects your idle, you possibly have a very common intake gasket leak. That motor is well know for vacuum leaks around the intake gaskets. You can also try spraying carb cleaner, but be very careful with that. Hope this helps. Sounds like a vacuum leak to me.
Posted on May 15, 2008
When the battery terminals were replaced, be sure to check that all the wiring was correctly installed. (Pos+ to Pos+ and Neg- to Neg-, etc.)
Sounds like something got missed and the ignition system is not working... be sure to check the main fuses and replace any that are blown.
Posted on May 09, 2009
SOURCE: 86 Dodge ram D - 50 - Fuel Pump
A carburetor type engine has the pump on the engine near the front on the side--trace the fuel line down. Fuel injected engines have the pump located in the fuel tank.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
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