Question about 1995 Dodge Ram 2500
I have a 96 2500 and i have found that if both batteries are not hooked up with a really good connection that the fuel shut off relay will not engage . it will just crank and crank with no start. it is located on the driver side of engine just about the center of the engine .its round and has a chrome rod coming out the bottom of it .it is mounted with the rod on the bottom .you can move it by hand but it will not lock in place unless you have the ignition switch in the start position. there is a couple of relays for it mounted on the fire wall .hope this helps someone
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
To dogy2003: 1995 Dodge Ram 2500's with Cummins Turbo Diesel do not have glow plugs
I agree with kious75, you need to get the air out of the injector lines. Has the truck ran AT ALL since the installation of the injector pump?
What type of additive did you put in the trucks fuel tank?
Have you replaced the fuel filter recently? Check the filter canister to see if fuel has been pumped in to it. (one way to check is to open the water/fuel seperator valve on the bottom of the fuel filter canister and see if there is any fuel or water in there)
I had a 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 with a 24V Cummins ISB engine and had trouble getting it to start. Had NO luck bleeding the injector lines. My truck was a 5-speed so I got it on dry level ground and had a friend pull me with his truck, I popped the clutch in 3rd gear and the truck cranked up beautifully. It is similar to the process you would go thru if you had an old 5-speed vehicle with a dead battery. The engine and fuel delivery system on my truck and your truck are different but similar. My problem was a bad "lift pump" which was about $150 to fix, but caused a $1500 injector pump failure. I was nervous about pull starting my truck but it worked... the truck always cranked up after that.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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