1991 Dodge D150 - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

Dont guess on parts. Cud b coil or ignition module But 13 sez a vacuum issue. Bad egr or idleair can causeit...and will cause no starting.

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Jan 31, 2016 | 135 views

I believe it would be blend door actuator problem

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Jan 17, 2016 | 141 views

No diagrams here! Do an Internet search using Google or Yahoo and find one for yourself. (It's what anyone would do.)

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on May 11, 2015 | 55 views

If it is cranking over good, the first thing I would check would be the distributor cap and rotor. The early to mid 90s Dodges had some problems with condensation under the cap. It may not be real visible, but I have had to replace several caps and rotors, both at the same time. Also, using an air hose, blow out the bottom inside of the distributor. And if you can see the vent screen in the bottom, make sure it is clean and open. A lot of times they recommend just removing the screen and trashing it to help avoid this problem again. This is all I know to tell you with the info you have provided. There are a lot of things that will make one not start, fuel psi., crank sensor, etc.

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Feb 22, 2015 | 49 views

You don't have one. The crank sensor came into vogue with distributorless ignition systems. Before that, the computer got a crankshaft position signal from the pick up coil inside the distributor.

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on May 26, 2014 | 286 views

its under your hood, on drivers side, there is a diagram of what they are for on it

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Dec 10, 2013 | 107 views

The fuel sender is in the fuel tank, whether it is gas or diesel. Sorry for the bad news.

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Dec 02, 2013 | 157 views

its on the drivers side of the dash board
next to the door

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Nov 02, 2013 | 205 views

Does it quit, then if you sit for a while, re-start for a while again, then quit etc . warmed up, quits, then sits and cools then re-starts?

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Nov 02, 2013 | 217 views

Make sure distributor cap and rotor are good. Make sure there's no carbon tracking or corrosion inside the cap. Make sure the carbon button isn't worn out. Contained within the distributor is the ignition module. This would give you a no spark condition.

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Feb 13, 2013 | 96 views

Should be one under the speedometer and one in the engine compartment near the battery.

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Dec 09, 2012 | 544 views

More than likely the system is low on refrigerant.

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Sep 19, 2012 | 48 views

If it smokes more when you first start it than other times, the common cause is leaking valve guides in the cyl heads.
The guides leak oil into the cylinders when the engine is not running.
Most other causes would make the engine smoke when running or under load too.

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Aug 02, 2012 | 141 views

Most likely valve seals or piston rings. Best doing a compression test to find out.

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Aug 02, 2012 | 102 views

There may be a switch on the equalizer valve. This is the valve that equalizes pressure to the 4 wheels.
The valve may be sticking or the switch may be faulty.
If the ABS is the problem, there should be a code stored in the body computer.

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Jul 04, 2012 | 223 views

The voltage regulator is built in the alternatorJohnny

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Mar 16, 2012 | 185 views

Yes it is in the Computor or built in the Alternator you can look at the back of the Alt if you see a heat sump then it is in the alt Johnny

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Mar 16, 2012 | 300 views

had same problem a gear was striped out in the gauge set **** speedo fixed it prity cheap an got a 2 year warrenty hope i could help

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Feb 07, 2012 | 311 views

If it's a 318 or a 360...Start with the alternator because it's the easiest to get the hang of then the PS and the othe's work the same way. There's a bolt that comes out the front to hold the tensioner bolt in place. That bolt comes in from the side and goes through the back of the front bolt. The side bolt is about 6 inches long. Loosen the front bolt just a little, then turn the side bolt to loosen the alternator. Please don't think I'm confusing it with a serpentine belt with a tensioner pulley, I'm not. I understand that you have "v" belts that independently run the accessories. Go out and take a look at it and then get back to me. Please take the time to reat my assistance and leave a testimonial. Thanks for using Fixya

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Sep 10, 2011 | 127 views

Easy fix, fill it with gas, write down the odometer mileage, keep track of it and after 150-250 miles put gas in it. Dodges are notorious for this problem. If you are lucky you can just replace the gauge in the dash. If not, you have to drop the gas tank, empty the gas out of it, take it apart and replace the float in the tank. My suggestion, keep track of your mileage. I have done this and it just sucks to fix it.

1991 Dodge D150 | Answered on Aug 25, 2011 | 196 views

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