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I have an 02 Dodge Ram 1500,4.7,2wd.I recently had the selonoid pack changed.All was well until the weather warmed up.The truck started lunging.Any ideas?

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I would check the Air Charge Sensor. This sensor measures the temp of the air charge going into the fuel injection system, when you truck is cold it requires more fuel and less air, if this sensor has gone bad it would lean out your fuel mixture as if the vehicle was already warm.

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First i would check the crank sensor by looking for rpm's on the tachometer or scan tool if you see any rpm's then crank sensor is good.Then check for leaking injectors and if they are not leaking then you will need to check the ECM it may have failed.

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