» Mis-Indexed Distributor May Cause Surging/Bucking During Acceleration
Dodge Ram 2500
Report: Mis-Indexed Distributor May Cause Surging/Bucking During Acceleration
Dodge Ram 2500 Problem
Model Years Affected: 1994, 1995, 1996
Exhaust & Emissions Affected: V8
A surging or bucking during acceleration can be caused if the distributor is moved or mis-indexed. This is a result of the cam and crank position sensors being out of synchronization. Wear of the oil pump drive gear can cause similar symptoms because it allows excessive free play in the distributor drive. The distributor drive gear and bushing should be replaced if the rotor tip moves back-and-forth more than 3/16th of an inch when checking drive gear free play.
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