Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
Check the plugs to the computer on the passenger side of the firewall. there are three of them, unplug them, wait ten or eleven minutes and plug them back in. if that does not work you might have a computer problem or a bad ground wire at the battery
By the way my 99 has the original plugs, wires, rotor, dist cap, and coil, from the factory. I have driven it every day for 11 yrs. over 12,000 foot mountain passes, four wheeling trips every weekend, and dozens of trips across the country. I have over 260,000 miles on it. I think you get the point...
By the way diesel boys this is a gas engine simply well maintained!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Sep 19, 2010
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