Question about 1992 Dodge Ram 250
Try checking all vacuum lines for broken or leaks. Sounds like a vacuum problem/leak to me. Possibly intake manifold leak at gasket.
Posted on Jun 06, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A bad earth connection point on my New Zealand model Chrysler Voyager LE (same car as yours but right hand drive) caused similar problems, including the towing thing. My dealer told me that they would be busy for 3 weeks - dealer talk for "we would prefer to sell you a new one".
A bunch of black wires connect to a chassis ground bolt on my model on the right hand side wall, under dashboard height. I was "lucky" to have the fault present when investigating it, and testing I did afterwards proved this to be a definite cause. You have to remove some covers and pull the floor carpet away This may be on the left on your model. A plug in connector is used, to bring multiple wires together at this point. All I had to do was undo the nut and clean the metal of the bolt and earth lug - use a file or sandpaper, and maybe spray on some WD40 or CRC to impove conductivity. I added an extra washer to help the metal to metal bond also.This seems to have fixed the problem. It has been OK now for about 1000 miles. Good luck !
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
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If the previous repair shop was to replace the fuel filter and the line fell off, it would be the responsibility of the shop to re-imburse you for the re-attachment of the fuel line by the second shop. At least that's how we do it at our shop. If we made a mistake no matter how small, we do the right thing to keep the customer happy.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
Not good...you did more than I would have done...sounds like its time to take it to a qualified repairman and have him diagnose the problem(s).
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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