Question about 1996 Dodge Ram
Starts and run's great till it warms up then it dies and won't start till it get's cold again .
That's the probelm with fuel injection, when it comes to diagnosing. Regulator etc, will shut down pump if pressure not detected usually. Only other way, other than a gauge would be to wire to pump directly as to by-pass all that stuff & you really don't want to do that, or perhaps a jumper wire acroos the relay, but you better be real good with wiring before you try that & mess something else up. Fuel pressure test should only cost about 1/2 hr labor, and well worth it. Regardless, if fuel filter hasn't been changed recently, I'd do that first, because it will need changing if pump has to be done anyway.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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