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when approaching a stop where i have need to coast for a longer distance with foot on the brake i often lose power braking before i come to a full stop. when this happens it is very similar to a vacuum assist brake system that has lost all vacuum boost. i have replaced the power steering pump and the hydra-boost twice with no affect. when this happens the power steering is not affected.
I have already replaced fuel pump, fuel injector and the ECU
My truck was idling and died, I hopped in it and absolutely no power anywhere and drained the batteries, I tried to get jumped and it killed the vehicle that was jumping me, so I changed out the alternator and blew the alternator fuse, I than re did all the battery cables to ensure there was no shorts anywhere, and it still won't work, and when I hook it up to jump it everytjing comes on but than my check gauges lights come on.. And still nothing.. It's a 2000 Dodge Ram 3500 2wd diesel.. Any help would be grest
Not often it happens usually after a few minutes of taking off driving
Ran the "KEY TEST" P-1693 and P-1765 codes indicated. What to replace first?
I checked the fuse box under the dash & under the hood could not find it. Could it be a breaker or relay. problem. Neither mirror works.
I had to hit the fuel tank for the last month while turning the key. This was not consistant, just on ocasion. This is hard to do by yourself. Now it will not start at all, it does turn over.
Engine idle high
how much vacum should the pump hold
I have a check engine light , and the computer reads a bad cam sensor but I have no idea where it is located
what are the signs when a fuel pump go out
Where specifically do I locate the fuel pump relay so I can check the power to my fuel pump?