Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
I am assuming this is a diesel. It's probably still the transfer fuel pump. This pump must pump out at min 10psi. If it does not then the injector pump will soon fail, giving the symptoms you describe. To avoid all future fuel injection problems with all trucks with electronic pumps (as opposed to mechanical, pre '99?)I would recommend you bite the bullet and install a Fass fuel pump. My truck is an '02 with 750,000kms. Since I put on the Fass, at 591,000, I have had nary a problem.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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