Question about 2006 Dodge Ram 1500
I had the same problem! My gas gauge showed that I had fuel and every time I started the vehicle it would try to turn over and would not. I thus had plenty of electric power and thus the stater and solenoid were fine!
At first the logical inference would be this: The fuel is NOT getting to the combustion chamber so it is likely a fuel pump or the fuel pump solenoid that is out! Or a fuse for the fuel pump!
BUT before you try to change these out (they are in the gas tank) look to see if you have an "Old Man Package".
It is a small toggle switch usually located on the inside of the cab in the front passenger side of the vehicle on the side of the center console or under the dash. It is designed to, when theft is attempted, to protect the vehicle from theft. If accidentally hit by a knee or something it can activate that system and the truck will start for a second and then die.
Hit that switch over and try to start your truck then. That very well many be your problem as it was mine and took me forever to find the solution!
Good Luck !!!
Posted on May 17, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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