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Determine which type of emergency brakes your Dodge Ram will need. Emergency brakes typically function by activating the regular braking system on the driving wheels. The emergency brakes for the Dodge Ram have used rear disc brakes since 2001.
Release the parking brake pedal completely and raise your vehicle. Remove the tire and wheel with a socket wrench and disconnect the brake caliper from the caliper adapter. Slide the rotor from the axle shaft.
Install the new brake rotor onto the axle shaft and complete the installation by reversing the removal steps.
Tighten the wheel mounting nuts in the proper sequence with a torque wrench until the nuts are torqued to 47.5 foot/pounds Repeat the tightening sequence to torque the nuts to 95 foot/pounds.
Apply and release the park brake pedal to seat and adjust the parking brake cables. Road test the vehicle to ensure the vehicle's brake system is functioning.
Place tool C-3919 or the equivalent over the park brake shoes and use the star wheel adjuster to lower the park brake shoes until the lining just touches the jaws on the tool.
SEQUENCE ACTIVATED BY THE PARKING BRAKE . 1. While engine is running (key in ignition switch), apply the brakes and hold the pedal down. 2. Move gearshift lever to neutral. 3. Apply the parking brake Once Twice Note: The system can be set - at time of installation - to require that the parking brake be applied once or twice. If set for two actuations, pause one second between the two. 4. Remove key from ignition (the system keeps the engine running). 5. Exit the vehicle. 6. Within 60 seconds, close all doors. 7. The system will stop the engine and blink the parking brakes once to confirm the sequence is valid (vehicle is ready for a remote start command). SEQUENCE ACTIVATED BY THE REMOTE CONTROL 1. While engine is running (key in ignition switch), apply the brakes and hold the pedal down. 2. Move gearshift lever to neutral. 3. Apply parking brake. 4. Send the start command (Model 801 & 2101 - Model 903 ). 5. Remove key from ignition (the system keeps the engine running). 6. Exit the vehicle. 7. Using the remote, send the STOP command. The system will stop the engine and parking lights will blink once to confirm that the sequence is valid (vehicle is ready for a remote start command). http://www.astrostart.com/Support/Guides.aspx
1) see the diagram 2) use the scanner and computer test, this will guide a exactly problem 3) reset the igntion timing, it doesnot matter if your system ha BCM, adjust to accoridng the specification manaufacturer, because the BCM runt according to the information recorderd. remember the BCM =CPU. 4) test the sensor cam/crank with VOM see the diagram. 5) the head gasket i blown, valve timing is incorrectly set. the exhaust system is blocked.
It sounds like the ignition lock cylinder has worn out. This is the part you put the key into. It has tumblers that can wear out and when this happens, the key no longer pushes the tumblers in the correct sequence or position to allow the cylinder to turn at all.
2 if all sensors are working good than check your engine firing sequence,some times happens when sequence was wrong,
3 check your exhaust and carborator tuning pin that creates the batter combination for firing in bore for batter performance & less emitions ,so check is it ok or not than go to your nearest service center that havad certified mechanics,
till you read this you had solve this problem definatly,