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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
email@example.com fuel pump is located in the gas tank pop the hood to right of carb or left side look for a black cap that looks like a tire cap it will be on a metal pipe fuel pipe take it of have somebody try to start truck then push the little valve if gas comes out the pump is working if not fuel pump coil i think is mounted left side of motor as you look at it pull coil plug then take some rubber coated needle nose pliers hold near the coil look for blue ark remember this do not hold coil wire with bare hands or bare pliers it will shock you real good my buddy had just a bad coil wire so he got a whole wire set frm autozone they also have a web site autozone,com that will have trouble shooting for your truck let me no what happens
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
I had the same problem. Same year, too. 2004 4.7L Durango. Took it to a Dodge Dealer in Oak Lawn, IL. Problem was when it rained out water got into the engine from the hood by the windshield wipers. The spark plugs got all wet causing the engine to hesitate and shake. I had to have a water dam installed and never had anymore problems. Hope this helps you out.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
SOURCE: WONT RUN WHEN WET
Not sure what kind of car you have, so not everything may apply.
But this sounds like something in the electrical system is leaking or not properly connected.
Check the distributor cap. Open it up, check for water, cracks, bad or worn seal. Check that all connections are tight and sealed. Check coil for cracked case, bad seal from body to the top, check connections are tight.Check spark plug wires, for cracks, especially around the exhaust manifold.Check for good connections.
Unless you have some kind of hot rod that has and open intake, that should take care of it.
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Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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