Question about 2004 Dodge Ram 1500
U open the tailgate and pull the support cables off the side then you raise the tailgate back up to about 45 degrees and u raise up either the right or the left side. If the right side raises up slide it to the right. And if the left side raises up slide it to the left. U should try to have a helping hand so u don't drop the tailgate. Hope this is helpful.
Posted on Dec 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
P2299-BRAKE PEDAL POSITION / ACCELERATOR PEDAL POSITION INCOMPATIBLE
The PCM recognizes a brake application following the APPS showing a fixed pedal opening. Temporary or permanent. Internally the PCM will reduce throttle opening below driver demand. One trip fault and the code will be set within 5 seconds. ETC light will illuminate, the light will only stay illuminated while DTC is active.
DRIVER PRESSING ACCELERATOR PEDAL, THEN PRESSING BRAKE PEDAL, AND CONTINUES TO HOLD THEM DOWN SIMULTANEOUSLY
STOP LAMP SWITCH
The most likely cause of this DTC is Brake Torquing the engine by pressing the Accelerator pedal and the pressing the Brake Pedal.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
click on this link, and scroll down to 5.7L
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
There should be a diagram under the hood on the fan shroud or radiator support. If not, let me know and I see if I can find one. For the most part, if the pulleys it rides on are grooved, the belt ribs ride on it, it the pulley is smooth, the back side rides on it. From a picture of the alternator I have, from the passenger side coming up, over the alternator, then down and under the belt tensioner (smooth pulley), then up and over A/C compressor, then down and around P/S pump, up and around water pump, down around crankshaft pulley.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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