2004 Dodge Ram 2500 Q&A
2004 Dodge Ram 2500 Question: Engine died
You need to have a diesel mechanic or dodge dealer diagnose this, I show three different pumps available for your truck ( transfer pump, engine mounted transfer pump, tank mounted and injection pump ) This is a very expensive engine and you need a qualified mechanic to repair this. I've owned and still own a diesel dodge truck and had the wrong mechanic change parts and couldn't figure out how to repair my truck and ended up at the dodge dealer. - hemicuda
For the fuel pumps, www.shopdieselspecialists has the lowest prices. Be aware that the diesel has 2 fuel pumps. a Lift pump, in which the stock pump was located next to the engine (in 2004 1/2) dealer updates of earlier 3rd gen. engines it is moved to the tank. The final pump (at least for a 2003) is a common rail pump that pressurizes it. - Visitor
pull filter cap off and turn on ign if it fills w fuel then its getting to the injecton pump. put back together crack injectors loose then crank till fuel comes out (all). sounds like air in the system, if everything eles works, good luck - Visitor
Truck idles great...Will drive fine then all the sudden when I go to stop it dies. It will start right back up again and drive down the road like nothing happened until I come to another stop. I ha...
When I am driving the engine will die for a second or two, the spedometer will go to "0", the RPM will drop to "0". No engine lights come on and nothing is showing up when they check the computer....
It took the truck about 1\2 hr to die after GEN light came on. Battery was bad and I replaced it. After replacing battery the engine turns over but will not start. I had the alternator tested and i...
Truck: 2nd gen 2002 dodge ram 2500 Engine: 5.9 ISB cummins Current Milage: 120.110 (have a...
when I try to accelerate, my engine sputters and dies. It will idle, as long as I don't try to accelerate. What is causing this?