Question about 2005 Dodge Ram 3500
P0514 is battery tempurature sensor CKT range/performance---the sensor is underneath the left battery. could be the sensor or wiring causing this code. or engine controller software. good-day ! make sure your vehicle has all of the plastic pieces that surround the battery on the vehicle. These pieces are engineered to keep
your battery cool and divert fresh air across the battery to extend its life. good-luck, hope this helps you!
make sure your
vehicle has all of the plastic pieces that surround the battery on the vehicle. These pieces are engineered to keep
Posted on Feb 19, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your truck has a 3.7L or a 4.7L engine it is on the right side of the air box just on the engine end of the flexable rubber boot that extends from the right fender. If it is a SRT it is located in the rubber boot that extends from the front of the truck on the left hand side of the boot just before it connects to the engine.
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Posted on Mar 18, 2009
can it not be done without removing the hub ?? dont think you can get hub off without removing the track control ball joint?do you have the right tools??
Posted on May 30, 2009
The Camshaft Position Sensor tells the PCM (computer) the position of the Camshaft Position. This Sensor sychronized along with several other Sensors including the Crankshaft Position Sensor the firing of the electronics to the spark plugs of each cylinder.
It is not difficult to replace and relatively inexpensive.
1. Disconnect the Negative side of the Battery,
2. Locate the Sensor and unplug.
3. Remove the Position Sensor retaining bolt.
4. Pull out the Sensor.
Replacement is reverse of above order.
Hint: use fresh engine oil on the end/sides of the Sensor especially around the rubber o-ring(s) to ease pushing the Sensor into proper position.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
p0562 is System voltage low
p0237 is Turbo/supercharger boost sensor A circuit low
cannot find a code p1698 but did find a p0698
p0698 is Accelerator pedal position sensor supply voltage to low
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
P0138 (M). O2 Sensor Circuit High Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 2) ..... P0307 (M). Cylinder # 7 Misfire. Misfire detected in Cylinder # 7.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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