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My ram 1500 is back firing and bogging down with no power. you drive it and you have pedal all the way down and it starts to sputter

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  • kenny stoliker Jun 23, 2013

    ours is doing the same thing and we replaced the fuel pump and filter not even a year ago

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Could be fuel pump or fuel filter causing low power.

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