Question about 1994 Dodge Ram 2500
Could be your fuel filter is clogged. If you run your gas tank low often then trash is getting into your fuel filter and that is why it is clogged. Try some fuel injector cleaner that may help.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Engine stalls
sounds like one of a couple things could be causing you problems first would be the fuel pump may be wearing out. these are a mechanical pump and should be producing over 35psi at the injection pump if you have a way to put a gauge on it you could check this under full throttle is when you want to watch it though. fuel gauges are quite inexpensive and are handy to have in the truck anyway. another thing i have seen cause this is the check valve on the discharge of the pump there is a spring and ball in the return line banjo fitting that holds the fuel pressure at a constant 35 psi when that gets weak it allows more fuel to return to the tank which will let it run at lower rpm's but not under full load. hope this helps
Posted on May 18, 2009
take a look on your fuel rail driver side, look to see if there is a test port. If so get yourself a fuel pressure guage and hook er up. fuel pressure should be Min 35 Max 45 PSI if so that rules out fuel pump, Otherwise wait till dark and get a spray bottle full of water, mist your spark plug wires so they are wet and start the truck, if you see little sparks jumping from the wires replace em. last common cause that comes to my mind is check the voltage on your Throttle position sensor black should be ground, purple should be the reading from the sensor and whatever other color should have 5Volts constant aprox. Check your codes too. key on off on off on without starting engine then count the flashes of the check engine light, pauses mean next number... post em and ill let you know what they mean
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
Could be the choke spring has deteriorated with age hence the choke assembly will need to be replaced.
You could also install an aftermarket choke cable to operate it manually. Good luck
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
SOURCE: 1985 Dodge Power Ram Prospector
I was having the same problem with my 85 Ramcharger until my alternator went out. After I replaced it the stalling seemed to stop. Other things I noticed that resolved were dimming headlights and dash lights, the radio shutting off periodically when I drove and hard bumps causing the truck to stall. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 21, 2011
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