Question about Dodge Cars & Trucks
If you havent replaced your fuel pump yet, guess what. I had a 1995 Ram 1500 SLT with a 5.9 for 13 years, and when I sold it to a farm kid from the local high school it had 226k miles on it, with no signs of giving out. The things I had to replace were the radiator, altenator, and yes the fuel pump. It had the same symptoms yous did, I spent a lot of time and research on what the hec could be wrong until I just went out and bought a new fuel pump and switched it out. Its an easy fix, get the gas level down around a 1/4 or tank of gas so it wont be heavy when you lower it down to work on it. Find a level location (driveways work great), loosen the straps that hold the talk up, then lower the tank. There are wires attached to the pump system that you may want to be easy on. Unplug, remove the fuel pump (follow the instructions to a tee), and be awear of the fuems that will start to sneak out of the tank. replace the pump in the same steps you removed the pump in reverse. The whole job should take you about an hour and half from start to finish.
Posted on May 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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