1992 Dodge Ram Van B250 Problems
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On the 3.9L V6 and 5.2L V8, rerouting the ignition coil wire and spark plug wires can help solve a misfire and/or surge problem that occurs at approximately 45 mph. A service bulletin was published that outlines the specifics of the repair. It states the rerouting procedure should be performed before other repairs are done for misfires, surging or spark knock.
An intermittent connection in the crank position sensor wire connector can cause poor engine performance or the engine may crank but not start.
Some vehicles may exhibit excessive fuel gauge movement while turning corners. Our technicians tell us the repair involves replacing the fuel pump module assambly.
Insufficient fuel pressure may be caused by particulate contaminates or other type of substances by-passing the primary fuel pick-up screen and resulting in fuel pump failure. Our technicians recommended to replace entire fuel pump module assembly as two (2) filters, primary and secondary are included with the assembly.
This engine may exhibit tappet-like noise(s) and/or excessive general valvetrain noise. The tappet-like noise may move from one tappet location to another. Our technicians tell us that the repair involves the replacement of the link type timing chain and sprockets with a double roller type timing chain and sprockets.
There have been reports of timing chain noise. A stethoscope can be used to help pin point the noise location. If the noise is found coming from the timing chain case, replace the timing chain and sprockets and installing a timing chain tensioner.
The blower motor may operate erratically and the blower switch operation has a sticky or mushy feeling, the detents almost non existent. Our technicians tell us that the blower switch should be removed and inspected for overheating. This is common if the blower motor is frequently operated on high speed as the current flow through the switch tends to melt internal the components. Also carefully inspect all of the switch connector terminals for discoloration due to overheating and replace as required. A poor electrical contact at the connector will also cause the switch to overheat.
On 3.9L V6 and 5.9L V8 engines, the intake manifold gasket may leak and cause increased oil consumption and a spark knock during acceleration; the gasket should be replaced.