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On your EGR tube you have two hoses coming off of it. If you put them on in reverse you will get a code of insufficient flow. I put headers on and replaced EGR tube and valve and the flow sensor and that's the code that I received switched the hoses and solved the code
What you are most likely hearing is the compressor kicking on/off. The constant kicking could be a sign that there's insufficient refrigerant to keep the compressor running continuously without shutting on/off. Eventually, the compressor won't kick on at all, a safety feature designed to prevent doing damage to a compressor that's undercharged. Have the AC system checked.
Two possible problems. One the fuel filter may need changing. The other is a common Dodge problem is a coolant sensor failure. This can be caused by insufficient coolant or a coolant sensor failure. Some of the symtoms of this falure are loss of power & constant stalling at stop lights where you have to keep your foot on the gas to keep it running. The sensor is located near the thermostat housing at the end of the rad hose usually. If you change it be careful not to over tighten iti.e. 5ft.lbs. Good luck!