2007 Dodge Ram 1500 Questions
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My heat works great it blows devils breath, but when I change the dial to make it come out of the defrost vents or the floor vents it stays coming out of the front vents
no problems before, ran fine yesterday
It only has to do it just one time the RPM's drop below 500 for the oil pressure gauge to go down enough to kick check engine light on. As long as I keep the rpms at 600 or above within 60-70 miles it will turn off but as soon as it drops to 500 or less oil pressure gauge goes back down enough to kick the light on.. once I figure what's tripping my idle/rpms won't have to worry about the oil pressure gauge, they run together. I'm thinking something with my MDS, it's kicking on constantly even from dead stop I'll start and it's on an can shift all gears that way give little gas bring it out but goes back in to it. Turn on my tow/haul runs perfect O/D off runs perfect. Only code I've gotten is P0524 but my oil is fine as well as all other fluids. What's making idle mess with my rpms is going to mess with my oil pressure gauge it runs together. Took throttle body of an cleaned really good.. can't remove idle sensor as it is built in to the throttle body.. changed plugs.. all injectors are clicking.. basically anything that could be taken off an cleaned has been done.. only thing that hasn't been replaced that might have anything to do with this issue would be a new throttle body but hoping it's not that so doing all things within low cost if anything before doing the money coster.. but at least all minor or small things concerning this issue will already be taken care of to rule out it's possibility..
While driving I will loose all power in the truck. I shift into neutral and start it right back up. I have had it to the dealership many times for this , and I am done with them.They tell me now it needs new coil paks. I know that's not the problem.
rough idle misfire 07 dodge ram1500 st.3.7p0506-p0507
Starts up, runs good as it always does.. just the
check engine lite on nothing else..
no codes etc.
Think ok to drive.. holidays and I need it.. no repair places open etc.
I need suggestions on what I can check, not blinking.. driveable.
I did check all caps on f on and
Sometimes in the morning when go to get in my truck Ive got really bad condensation on the inside drivers side of my windshield to the point its dripping wet. I feel its my seal around the windshield but thats a guess.
Truck was running fine all day , went to the store and once I got back in it didn't want to start but once it did the engine was shaking and and making nosies white smoke came from muffler , after pressing on the gas for a little while the shaking slowed down and nosie stopped complety and was able to drive it home , started a hour later and the same thing happend again
I event tried starter fluid still no go, Whats next?
Would a Camshaft Sensor cause absolutely no start?
How can ibfind th problem without throwimg a bunch of parts on?
Truck is just sitting. parked last night. went to leave this am would not crank over, battery is good lights warning bells,dash panel comes alive. will not crank. no grinding, or clicking just a small snap when you try to engage the starter, no burn smells ect.
just had the gasket and filter changed
the truck was drove and stopped at store then got back into it and it would turn over but not start, I replaced cam,crank sensor, throttle sensor. had alternator checked, starter checked, its getting fuel and fire. but will try to crank after battery has been off a day or so but not completely fire up.
i have a 2007 dodge ram 1500 2wd. i was driving home last thursday morning and had my check enging light come on. I went and had the code read on it and it said that i had a misfire on cylinder #5. I looked at the cylinder and the coil pack was cracked on the opposite side of the wiring connection. I pulled the pack and replaced it and it ran fine for about 15 miles and once again it died on me and would not start. I didn't think to check the coil pack again because I wasn't expecting it to be broken again so I looked online to see what could be causing the truck not to start. I replaced the cam shaft sensor, the crank shaft sensor and the EGR valve. none of that worked so I reset the battery and it started long enough for me to get to autozone to have another code read and once again it showed that I had a misfire on cylinder 5 and I looked at it and it had about a half inch hole in it. I replaced it along with new plugs and it seemed to be running fine for about 20 minutes and my check engine light once again came on. I was not thinking anything of it because it had been coming on for a loose gas cap code. I drove it for about 5 miles and as I was puling back into the drive way it shut off once again started running rough and died and will not start again so I raised the hood and once again the coil pack it busted. Please help!