Question about 1995 Dodge Ram
I have 1995 Dodge Ram Van B1500, 5.2L v8. Recenlty, the car would not start. It would crank but would not turn over. I check the fuel and it was coming out, so I replaced the fuel pump assembly. A day later, it happend again, it would crank , but would not turn over. This time there were no spark and fuel injectors are not working either. I went through the basic check and messure voltage for Crankshaft & Camshaft sensor, they seems to be working. I though it might be the ASD Relay, so I replced it and but it was the same. Does anyone know how or what way to measure the signal that Crank sensor is receiving and sending it to the PCM?
You need to use a LED type test light for the injectors or a Bosch style Noid light for the injector. To test the cam/crank sensor signal you either need a scanner to read them or a lab scope to show you a signal. The pickup plate in the dist handles the injector timing, the crank sensor provides a RPM signal. They both feed the computer information for ignition timing. Good fuel pressure, injector activity(Noid), and good spark out of the coil. The coil is what I replace the most of.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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