Question about Dodge Cars & Trucks
Fuel supply system. Have ECU error codes read by your favorite auto parts store. There are a number of issues that cause bad behavior by the fuel supply system. Codes may help you narrow the problems. If you are a DIY, may I recommend you invest in a Repair manual from same store, or try filepeep.com if they have it, or manualslib.com You will want it next time anyway.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check your cat. converter it might be clogged my cavaleir was acting like that and it was the cat was bad had it replaced with straight pipe ran great hope this helps
Posted on Mar 02, 2011
Check the wiring, specifically the plugs. Wires tend to start breaking right where they go into the plug. Also check the ground points. One way to check is get the drive tires off the ground , start and run the truck and get the turbo going. start wiggling the wires if there is a bad or broken one you will find it faster this way. Just remember to support the truck. Be safe.
Posted on Apr 19, 2011
If I understand your problem correctly, your battery is defective. Take your battery to a local auto parts store for a free load test. It sounds like one of the battery cells is going open under load.
Posted on May 17, 2011
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