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1996 dodge ram lurches forward at stops with brake applied

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Check for clogged fuel filter.

Posted on Oct 05, 2010

  • Mike Shumer Oct 05, 2010

    this only happens when stopped with brake applied at a stop while in gear, will look at that tho, thanks

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