Question about Dodge Ram 1500
Could it be that your tank has accumulated some dirt/ water or even some additives into the system. Sometimes all these gets pumped into the tank from the fuel stations tanks that could accumulate in a period of time. check your fuel filter but since the fault noticed is at a quarter tank, I suspect you need to remove and check, clean the tank. I will only be good to do so , hence you must proceed. If this wont solve , check your fuel pump and distribution. But lets hope the culprit is here. Helpful ? Good day.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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