1987 Dodge D150 - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


-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.

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1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Oct 28, 2017 | 171 views


Doesn't sound like the transmission. Your cable is probably stretched out and needs to be replaced. Yes, you can take out the cluster in less than 20 minutes

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on May 02, 2017 | 210 views


Alldatadiy.com. It isn't free. Plus if you haven't read schematics before. It is not easy. It does come with instructions on how to read. Plus everything else you need for the truck

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Jul 05, 2016 | 357 views


at all speeds? at high speeds? only after going over a bump. a little more detail if you want a thoughtful answer.

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Jul 23, 2015 | 84 views


possible vacuum leak or bad idle motor

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Mar 11, 2015 | 449 views


check for car battery level and also check the guage lights
PS WARNING CAR BATTERY CAN SHOCK YOU UP AND IS A SERIOUS HAZARD WORK TAKING PROPER PRECAUTIONS

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Apr 04, 2014 | 109 views


if it starts OK when warm , but not when cold , I would say it is the temperature sensor, sometimes on the intake manifold, engine block, or even the radiator, but don't confuse it with the fan sensor on the rad.

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Mar 13, 2013 | 186 views


get yourself a tester to see if you are getting power to the light socket, have someone push on the brake petal and use the tester to check for power. If no power, you have a broken wire somewhere between the rear lights and dash [fuse panel] check for corrosion in bulb socket. try to find the wire along the frame to the rear lights for any breaks in the insulation. electrical is one of the hardest problems to solve, good luck.

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Mar 13, 2013 | 932 views


Pull it loose from the speedometer end, pull the cable out all the way. Spray a little white lithium grease into the housing. Then as you are puting the cable back put a little here and there on it.

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Feb 21, 2013 | 222 views


Have you checked the ASD and fuel pump relays ?

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Aug 06, 2012 | 168 views


check the distributor i had the same problem an the distributor was cracked under the bottum makening the fuel pump not come on

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Aug 06, 2012 | 108 views


What is the Make & Model

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Jul 29, 2012 | 39 views


the low beams go threw the switch also and that side of the switch burns out

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on May 12, 2012 | 354 views


check positive cable for fuse

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Oct 02, 2011 | 161 views


I don't know about 225 six,but a 5.2 318 v8 ,and 5.9 360v8, and some other older modle Dodges, as well as some GM engines, have a ROD that rides on the camshaft
this rod needs to be pushed up into block out of the way, and held there (I usually use greese to hold the rod in place )
then the fule pump can be installed , if the rod isn't above the pump lever, the pump will not only not work, but can also become damaged
The rod works like a push rod on the pump lever
hope this helps

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Oct 02, 2011 | 167 views


Did it pop out of position or what? Or was this after you replaced the clutch or what?

Well on clutch forks ive seen. There is a rounded stud sticking out and goes into a rounded
spot on the that the fork, and the makes the fork pivot.

And theres a spring that snaps the throwout bearing onto the fork. Could either be that
the spring broke, or the fork is not aligned on the rounded stud and has slipped down.

I think the spring broke and made the fork drop down, because the spring holds the bearing
onto the fork and the fork could not have dropped down without the spring either breaking
on popping off. There is usually a rubber boot that covers the place where the fork goes
into the transmission. Pull the boot off and look through the holes where the boot goes.
If somrhing has come off or broken you will be able to tell.

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Aug 13, 2011 | 184 views


sounds like you have a fouled idle air control valve . I know on the d 150 vans it is located on top at the rear of the engine . Un-plug the wire connector on the iac valve and spray the control valve with brake kleen till it is clean , shake the excess brake kleen out and re-install....it should run like new .

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Apr 25, 2011 | 126 views


How old are the spark plugs, cap and rotor?? If over 2 years i would replace them. Also you may want to test and replace the ignition module. Sounds like it breaks down due to heat when the engine is warm and needs to cool down before starting again.

1987 Dodge D150 | Answered on Mar 12, 2011 | 137 views

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