Dodge D150 - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
Overdrive doesnt work
A Google search netted this:
There is an overdrive solenoid inside the transmission that kicks the OD in and out with the switch. You could have a bad wire somewhere or solenoid is bad.
1990 Dodge D150
on Feb 18, 2018
Have a '91 Dodge Dakota
If your alternator tests good off of the vehicle, but will not charge on the truck you need to make sure that the supply wire has 12V and that the field is also getting 12V. If you track it down to the ECU you can save yourself a bunch of money by having an external voltage regulator wired in and bypass the internal ECU regulator.
1990 Dodge D150
on Jan 05, 2018
I have Dodge Ram D150
-If it has Distributor Cap and Rotor check them and their contact point should not be rusty, cut/worn. Rotate Distributor assly for getting a better synchronization/timing.
- check you have fuel pressure at fuel rail.
- is the fuel fresh. Spray some starting fluid in the air intake. If it starts up then problem is with fuel.
I’m happy to assist further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/uttamjeet_2f3adc18600f8ede
1987 Dodge D150
on Oct 28, 2017
I am lacking power and need to adjust my carburetor
the idle mixture screws are only for mixture adjustment at idle
at speed the idle circuit acts as a emulsifier tube to help with the fuel in the main jet
what you need is adjustable main jets or fixed jets for that altitude
talk with an accredited carby overhaul shop that knows about the carby you have fitted and the appropriate jets to use
Dodge D150 Cars...
on Apr 12, 2017
I have a 1986 dodge power ram with a 318. i belive
If you have access to a multimeter check the power terminal. It should be at least 13+ volts if the alternator is good while the car is running. The battery will not maintain more then generally 12 volts while the vehicle is off. Be careful not to drain the battery to far as it will damage it.
1986 Dodge D150
on Mar 22, 2017
No connect plug for the brake light switch on my 1982 dodge d150
Not difficult it's part of your positive wires inbound to dash... It's easy to rewire just be patient and find where the wires go/where they come from... The white wires are hot aka positive but all others are color coordinated in I'd say 8-9 colors. Most wires change colors from the cab back or cab to engine compartment and some are a pain by going into old school 1 to 3 wire connections. If you can't find it still or its missing pieces look up a junk yard and grab another couple used pieces for it. Also look at your light switch, bright light switch or grounds to even your tail lights... Sometimes even a stray branch on a back road will rip a wire loose if it's old and brittle
1984 Dodge D150
on Nov 06, 2016
Not finding what you are looking for?