Question about 2006 Dodge Ram 2500
Did you replace the fuel filter? Sometimes the fuel filter will have particles in it which when under pressure will sit against the filter media and slow down or stop the flow of fuel. when this occurs your fuel pressure drops and is inadequate to run the injection system. when the key is turned off, the fuel pump stops and the fuel pressure is reduced allowing the particles to settle to another position in the filter. Once the particles have settled the fuel will flow until the particles are agitated, either by fuel flow or driving vibrations causing them to plug the filter again and starving the injection system of fuel. I'm just guessing, but this may be your problem. I had a similar problem in a suburban. Come to find out the fuel in my area has higher than normal particulate, or is dirty. The dealer recommendation was to change fuel filter every 5000 miles. hope this helps
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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