Question about 1995 Dodge Ram 2500
Do you have enough fuel pressure at the rail ?
Can you make it catch if you spray starter fluid in the throttle body ?
Are the injectors getting voltage and a ground pulse from the computer ? ?
Posted on Jan 07, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tried starting my 1999 dodge
If your positive and negative terminals are clean, both ends... not
just battery, you should hear your starter relay click each time you
turn the ignition key to 'start'. If no click, check connections to
relay, If still no click, relay may be the problem. Assuming your
battery or batteries are charged and you only here the click of the
relay and no starter action, good chance the starter solenoid is in
poor condidtion, or history. An indication of this problem is the
starter would work intermittently and finally quit working.
Its an easy cheap fix. First disconnect you positive cable on the battery so you don't fry yourself or anything expensive. Remove the starter. Undo usually four bolts that hold the starter case together and pull it apart. Its always a good idea to pay attention how it came apart so you put it back together the same way.
The starter solenoid is just an electrical contact switch that conducts high amperage to the starter motor during engine start. The contacts in this switch burn out over time. When you pull the starter housing apart, you will see that the solinoid contact switch is installed within the hump on the side of the starter housing. You will quickly see if the solinoid contacts are burnt or damaged. Most auto parts stores have a whole collection of contacts. I paid 3.85 Canadian for a set that didn't quite match the set in my 95 dodge cummins. 20 minutes of filing saved me the $600.00 my buddies were paying . "Rebuilt' my starter about 5 years ago... and starts every time. Hope this helps someone out.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
Hello mhak330: My name is Roger and I can give you the answer to your question. Locate the ECM on the drivers side of the engine.look for the bottom bolt holding the ECM. To the right of the bolt you should see the oil pressure sender unit. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the quality of your answer. This way we know you received helpful information. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
Get a Haynes book for your model truck for less than $20.00. It has pictures and written directions. It is easy to do.
It is foolish to work on your truck without a service manual. You can order one on the internet or go to a Strauss or Pep Boys store,
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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