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you have done everything except replace the heated oxygen sensors in the exhaust manifold pipe/s and run the fault codes
you have replaced a lot of good parts that were not necessary to replace

Dodge Pickup... | Answered on Jun 05, 2017


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Let me know if this helps you any. Goodluck.

Dodge Pickup... | Answered on Nov 04, 2015


Have you tried adjusting the idling speed manually via the carburetor setting? You could also consult the Haynes manual -- see. Haynes is the information resource for the DIY enthusiast

Dodge Pickup... | Answered on Sep 04, 2015


Do a Parasitic Current Drain Test, to find
the circuit that is draining your battery

Read up on that on the internet & use you tube video

Dodge Pickup... | Answered on Sep 27, 2014


Don't rush to replace the fan itself until you have tested it. Check the fan relay and relay fuse inside the vehicle. Hopefully it will be just a failed relay and replacement ($12 at dealer) or/and an inexpensive 10amp or 30amp fuse. There can be multiple issues causing this code.

In my case, the fan relay failed (burnt). 2000 Dodge Durango. The PCM was also damaged and requires replacement, awaiting delivery. A remanufactured PCM can be purchased online for substantial less than at the dealer. We tested the fan by supplying power directly to the fan and it runs fine. We had to remove a cover (easy to remove) under the vehicle near the fan to gain access to the connector Use a fused link for testitng to prevent damage during the test. Using a multimeter, I found power 12.5volts from the 30amp fuse circuit which supplies the power for the fan, 12.5 volts from the PCM circuit with the key on, but only 5.16volts from the 10amp fuse circuit with the key on. A continuity test showed the 10amp fuse inside the fuse box inside the vehicle was good. The 30amp fuse in the power distribution box was good when tested for continuity. Checked resistance on all curcuits and they were well within limits. I also checked the wiring to the fan for continuity and resistance. After my tests were completed, a Dodge technican concluded the PCM is bad and is not grounding the circuit as it should. If you want to troubleshoot this yourself, see if your local library has access to ALLDATA which will have diagnostic information and the diagrams of the circuit involved. A Haynes manual for the vehicle, I purchased one at Autozone, can be helpful also.

Dodge Pickup... | Answered on Sep 13, 2014


suspect a defective oil pressure switch... then suspect a bad engine

Dodge Pickup... | Answered on Aug 30, 2014


Start or turn over?

Cars & Trucks | Answered on Jul 13, 2014


ETC is electronic traction control. However I feel that the problem is more likely cam/crank position sensor related Check that the cam shaft is turning (broken timing belt/chain). Check for fuel pressure/injector faults. Check for HT spark to plugs. Run fault codes to determine the fault.

Dodge Pickup... | Answered on Jun 14, 2014


The pump will only run for 1 second unless the engine is either being cranked or is started and running.

Dodge Pickup... | Answered on May 02, 2014


Check your fuses

Dodge Pickup... | Answered on Apr 21, 2014


check bck panel
if front is not working check inner usb structure

Dodge Pickup... | Answered on Feb 03, 2014

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