Question about 2004 Dodge Ram 1500
Posted by Anonymous on
If you have the 5.7L engine then you have the electronic throttle control system on this. What has most likely happened is that either the sensors don't agree between where you would like the throttle to be at and where it actually is or the throttle isn't opening or closing the throttle plate properly. There are a few other things that can go wrong but whenever any type of problem like this happens the system will go into a default mode and won't allow the throttle to move other than to let the vehicle start and idle. You'll most likely have to go to the dealership or a good repair shop that can hook up to the system and figure out which component has failed. Hope this helps get you back on the road!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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