Question about 2003 Dodge Ram Maxi
Try cycling your ignition switch from off to on (don't turn until it cranks, just turn to the on position where dash gauges, etc. light up. When you turn it to the on position, listen for the sound of your fuel pump runnig for a just a few seconds. This is how the fuel systems is kept pressurized for quicker starts without undue cranking.
Try this tactic for 7 or 8 times , one right after another....then try to start the car.
If the car starts OK after this exercise, I'd consider replacing the fuel filter.
If nothing changes, when you do get it started, check the running fuel pump pressure, also check the operation of the fuel pressure regulator.
Hope this is of some small degree of help.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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