Question about 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 4WD
This could be anything from an ignition issue to a clogged catalytic converter. If the converter is clogged you may have a fueling issue that caused it to break down prematurely. This would have to be addressed before replacing the cat that is if the cat is plugged. Now if you have an ignition issue this also could cause the cat to deteriorate quicker. Either way it sounds like your going to have to have a professional look at it. Now if your lucky it may just be a bad sensor. But the question is which one. Again this is money wisely spend if you leave this to a professional.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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