Question about 2008 Dodge Ram Pickup 1500
Stop by any good parts store (Autozone, Advance, etc...) and have an OBII scan done (fault scan) They do this FREE - this will identify what's troubling your truck. It sounds like a vac leak or crank sensor but that's speculation... Have scan done then you'll know what to look for and you won't be throwing parts at it.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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