Question about 2004 Dodge Ram 3500 Truck
Changed fuel filter/no help
Sounds like the same problem I had. Turned out to be the lift pump on the back of the filter housing. I bought a replacement lift pump online from XDP (xtremediesel.com) item #bd1050227 Mounts on the frame rail eliminates the stock pump. this was the fix for me.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
Try removing the idle speed motor on side of throttle body, and spray it clean, as well as the port it came out of, with throttle body spray cleaner. Don't pull and extend shaft of idle motor, just leave it in position it's in, and make sure you don't lose small "O" ring on idle motor. Re-install and try it. If it cures it for a while, then starts to do it again, replace the idle speed motor.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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