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Re: 2004 Dodge Ram
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.
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well p1200 is a fuel pump issue you should check your fuel pump but first change your coolant temp/sensor then if that dont work change your fuel pump,and before you change the fuel pump check the connections at the pump
I'm not familiar with that particular vehicle, but most diesel systems have a primer under the hood. You will need to pump that slowly until you feel some resistance. That will push fuel to the engine. The other pump may not be able to push fuel through until the system is primed.
If that doesn't get you running I would suspect a clogged fuel filter. Most Dodge vehicles have one on the frame. Just follow the fuel lines until you find it. There may also be one attached to the pump primer.
Changing that filter would my next action. Whether the pump is in the tank or added on outside the tank, you may still need to prime the system after the filter is replaced. Air in the line may cause it to stall, just reprime and start again.
those year trucks have bad lift pumps on the diesel engine. it is located near the fuel filter. they are also known for starving the injecter pump for lubrication oil due to the pumps low capacity. it is now recomended that an in the tank pump change over kit be installed
it doesn't have a fuel pump relay it has a fuel pump control unit and it is located on the chassis back quarter drivers side near the tube cross member for chassis on top of chassis rail near bed mount. locate the rear springs front perch and it will be above that on top of rail.
hope this helps. good luck and please ask any question you have.
check your fuel rail because it could be putting out only so many psi of fuel so do fuel pressure test check. also what kind of fuel are you using? sometimes could be firing order or timing sequence. better check that too because eventually if this turns out to be electrically related it would be best to perform a diagnostic scan on it to be safe. good luck!!!
My best guess is your fan clutch has gone bad and your fan is slipping and turning too slow. I have a 1997 Dodge Ram 2500 van with the 5.9 liter engine and I just replaced my fan clutch a few days ago. It cost me about $60 since I did the work myself. If you plan on replacing it yourself I can give you fairly detailed instructions. Just post a comment here if you want the instructions and I will provide them in another comment.