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CHECK THE FUSE THEN

Cars & Trucks | Answered on Jun 02, 2020


i WOULD GO SEE A GOOD LOCAL MECHANIC AND PAY HIM TO DO IT .REQUIRES SOME EQUIPMENT MOST PEOPLE DO NOT OWN AND DO NOT WANT TO BUY

Chrysler Cars &... | Answered on Jun 02, 2020


Could be a fuel starvation problem. Check fuel pressure. Check filters both air and fuel. Also possible exhaust restriction. Hook up a scanner to see if codes are set.

2004 Dodge... | Answered on Jun 02, 2020


Here is the link to view the serpentine belt diagram for 4.7 Dodge Ram 1500: https://serpentinebelthq.com/2004-dodge-ram-1500-slt-4-7l-serpentine-belt-diagram/

2004 Dodge Ram... | Answered on Jun 02, 2020


The yellow exclamation mark appears when your TPMS, AKA tire pressure monitoring system picks up on a low-pressure tire. It means that your tires aren't inflated to the recommended pressure. A simple fix is to inflate to the required PSI, and if the problem does not go away, drive down to the nearest garage, as you may have punctured tire at your hands.

2010 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Jun 02, 2020


Here are the specs you're looking for:
• Font axle to hub nut torque 185 ft-lbs
• Front hub bearing bolts 60 ft-lbs
• Caliper housing bolts 125 ft-lbs
• Caliper guide bolts 26 ft-lbs
• front spindle hub nut 97 ft-lbs
• lug nuts 100 ft-lbs.

Dodge Ram Cars &... | Answered on Jun 02, 2020


That's called "limp-in" mode and indicates a major failure. Get it to a shop to have the trouble codes read

Dodge Cars &... | Answered on Jun 02, 2020


Hello... Maybe try another sensor...too many problems with non origin?l sensors...

Dodge Cars &... | Answered on Jun 02, 2020


The fuel pump relay is an electronic component that is found on virtually all vehicles equipped with an internal combustion engine. It is often found in the fuse box located in the engine bay and functions as the primary electronic switch that controls power to the fuel pump
https://www.autoblog.com/2019/06/13/symptoms-of-a-bad-or-failing-fuel-pump-relay/

Dodge Cars &... | Answered on Jun 02, 2020


"Swerves" when you hit a bump, yes... equals failed front suspension component(s). Dodge has terrible record with ball joints but could be other.

Take to a shop and have it repaired, sooner than later.

Dodge Cars &... | Answered on Jun 02, 2020


on the fuse box lid, there is NO fuse listed for cigarette adapter. As all OEM outlets are fused, I suspect it located somewhere else. I wanted to find out where that was at.. anyone??

1996 Dodge... | Answered on Jun 02, 2020


Check your fuses in the distribution center under the hood along with the interior fuse box. If all fuses are good, I would look very closely at the back side of the under hood power distribution center. These are famous for getting a bit of corrosion at some of the connectors and pulling too many amps and actually melting the plastic housing. Look for any signs of distortion or heat around all of the wires.

Dodge Cars &... | Answered on Jun 02, 2020


i would think so.. call the doc who fitted it for you and ask..

Cars & Trucks | Answered on Jun 02, 2020


It has been a long time since I worked with air brakes. Back in those days most braking systems were of the single line type though some of the parking brakes were two line types.

Since those days there have been safety developments meaning pipework can be quite a rat's nest and difficult to follow unless you have model familiarity or a pictorial diagram especially when the use of the parking brake also switches on the brake lights.

If the brakes work but there is no air under the switch it could mean the safety of the braking system is compromised and so I strongly suggest you obtain a pictorial diagram and understand how it should work to aid in discovering why it doesn't work.

Sterling Cars &... | Answered on Jun 02, 2020


Lots of possibilities. You may have a vacuum leak, allowing extra air into your engine. Cracked hoses or even a crack in the main intake hose from the air filter can cause this code. Also possible that you aren’t getting enough fuel to run a balanced air fuel ratio. Could be a plugged fuel filter, pump failing, failing fuel pressure regulator as well. Or, it’s possible that your oxygen sensor is worn out and lying to the computer altogether. Also leaks in the exhaust system between the engine and oxygen sensor can set this code as well.

Toyota Cars &... | Answered on Jun 02, 2020

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