Question about 2004 Dodge Ram
It is not giving me a code. Won't go into too much detail since I just put it as a comment. Not having very much luck. The Fuel pump is working, but other than that don't know what to do next.
I posted in your premium again to help you out. I feel it is a crankshaft sensor. Try and clean the crankshaft sensor and or replace. Also if its at a mechanic, He can check if the computer is working by seeing if a signal is coming to the injectors when trying to crank. Ive done it before its not that ******* a gas vehicle diesel shouldnt be much different. other then its a diesel of course.
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
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