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For the 4.7L v8 (I couldn't find any listings for 4.9L): 2000- early 2002 Durango, 2000- early 2002 Dakota, 2002 Ram 1500, 1999-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee. In later part of 2002, Durangos and Dakotas changed the reluctor/cam gear on the right camshaft for the cam pickup sensor, and changed the tone wheel on the crankshaft from 16 tooth to 32 tooth.
The stall in reverse is most likely unrelated to your problem, unless your alternator went bad, and your battery is discharged. Try charging/replacing your battery. A jump start may not work as Dodge trucks don't like to idle well with a weak battery. Then try starting again, if it runs check the voltage at the battery. You should have 13-14.5 volts, if not you have a dead alternator. If it still won't start, please post some more details.