Question about 2005 Dodge Ram 2500 Truck
Hmmm, this is very strange. I have two articles that I have read that come to mind that I believe will help.
It sounds like this happens all of a sudden when driving given that the speedometer and RPM go down, you say, and for this, please review the following article that addresses the possible causes of your engine's abrupt/sudden dying while driving at this link:
Also, since your gauges go down while driving, in addition to the probable causes mentioned in the article linked above, your problem may be a bad alternator according to this article on the sudden loss of a gauge reading while driving:
These articles should lead you to a solution.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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