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4242d-2cboio3itga5dfsqremqacks-3-5.jpg there are relays, they can over heat and stop working or just wear out over time.

1993 Dodge D150 | Answered on Feb 20, 2018

As far as I can tell you are describing a pressed on clip. The only way off is to cut using a cutting pliers. I BELIEVE YOU ARE DESCIBING A LOW PRESSURE LINE. Just verify it first by calling the parts store or dealer. If so clip it off R/R the hose & install a new gas line w/ a clamp. Good Luck, Frank M

1993 Dodge D150 | Answered on Feb 28, 2016

Run a new ground wire to the lights and ground it direct to your engine. My car was doing this even the heater and lights and radio cut out once in a while . My mechanic spent several hours trying to find the answer and finally he said I am going to try something and he ran a new ground from the engine and wallah It worked. For some reason the existing ground was not working and it was grounded to the body. its self. He said maybe rust on the body would not let the power flow right.

1993 Dodge D150 | Answered on Jan 09, 2016

Seriously, dude...you just made my day! Anyway, the best I can do without engine size is this link.

1993 Dodge D150 | Answered on Nov 26, 2014

Sounds like your timing chain may have broke or jumped a tooth sorry for my spelling that is where I would check next hope this helps

1993 Dodge D150 | Answered on Mar 12, 2013

Trying to diagnose others work can be difficult but have done it many times. First I need to know basically at this point if you are getting power to the dark green & orange wire at each injector as well as the dark green and orange wire at the coil itself. If you have an ohm meter check to see if you are getttting continuity from that wire at the coil as to any of those wires (dark green and orange) at any of the injectors. Below is a picture of some relays under the hood. The one with the red arrow is the auto shutdown relay which will cause no power to all those dark green and orange wires. You may still have fuel prssure but this will shut down power to the injectors as well as power at that wire to the coil. The other relays that have the x out mark are needed but the one with the yellow arrow is the A/C clutch relay. I'm not 100 percent sure so check the numbers to see if they match. If they do swap those 2 out to see if it may be a relay issue. This is what I would start at first. Start from point "A" the basics (this test) and go on to the next step. There are fuse links as well but lets start here. Feel free to email me directly for any other tests if needed at [email protected] and I will be happy to try and help. No there won't be a cost to you but do remind me of what's been done so far as well as the model and engine size. Hope it's something this simple for you...


1993 Dodge D150 | Answered on Jul 10, 2012

did you try replacing the coil wire?

1993 Dodge D150 | Answered on Apr 05, 2012

Symptoms don't sound too serious and you arent in any danger from driving it, you are however in risk of damaging your engine. It sounds like a cracked transmission or your alternator isnt producing enough electricity for your car. Either way you should go to a mechanic unless you can do it yourself.

1993 Dodge D150 | Answered on Aug 24, 2011

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