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My 07 ram rpm gauge raise up and down while driving wht wrong

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WHILE DRIVING THE RPMS WILL VARY OF COURSE. BUT IF YOUR SYMPTOMS ARE THAT THE IDLE IS ERRATIC WILDLY SCANNING UP AND DOWN . THEN YOUR IDLE AIR CONTROL VALVE IS INOPERATIVE PERHAPS.

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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:

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