Question about 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 Truck
Ok first youll have to check to see if your getting fuel to the engine to do this you can do 1 of 2 things disconnect the fuel feed line to filters and crank the engine to see if you are getting fuel from the tank if not then you will more than likely need to change the injection pump or fuel pump you can also take the fuel filter off and see if fuel is in it . you may have to bleed your fuel line especially if you ran out of fuel. i dont suggest you do this too often but you can get a can of quick start and zap it into your intake and see if the engine fires and keeps running just dont spray to much about a 2-3 second shot is all thats needed if it does not keep running after the ether shot then you may have bad fuel pressure which again leads to your pump . hope this gives you a better place to start. let me know how it turns out .
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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