Question about 1998 Dodge Ram
Best thing to do is hook up a OBD II (on board diag) scan tool and get the error codes stored in your Dodge Ram computer. Then look at the back of a Haynes repair manual and match the code with the list of codes this repair book provides. This will save you time and money. You can use this scan tool for free at your local auto parts store. I would say that your fuel pump is going out but before you go and change the fuel pump, find out the code.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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