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#234 of 262 Re: Engine staggers and lags- codes P0148 & P0628 [tslice18]
Jan 17, 2012 (2:30 pm)
I had to put new injection pump. As for the codes we also had PO628 and was told the problem existed between the EGR and module-We reset the code and then put on new injection pump and its works fine now-Be careful where you buy injector pump because all are not the same.
#235 of 262 Dodge Ram 1500 stalling and bucking with automatic shut down codes
Jan 18, 2012 (7:04 pm)
i work for a full service garage and am the fleet mechanic. We have a dozen or so of 2007-2008 dodge ram 1500 with the 4.7L and 5.7L One of the trucks came in this week with a stalling and bucking problem. It threw the codes P0655, P0688, P2112. These are ASD control circuit codes and accelerator position sensor 1 codes. This is a huge issue for these damn trucks and there is not definitive answer from the dealer or Chrysler. I took the Totally integrated power module which is the under hood fuse box which all the relays and what not are built in via a large circuit board. this is where the connections are for this issue of the ASD control circuits and modules are along with the PCM,.... But there a 4 or 5 tourqe screws you can remove and then separate the casing and you can view the pins and circuitry is. I found a hand full of very corroded pins and connectors and evidence of a moisture issue which is not surprising due to its location on the truck. It is prone to collection all of the rain and salt and crap from the roads and it is a very poor design, but this was 2/3rds of the issue and i also looked over the pcm connections and found two wires that were chaffed and bare in a spot that were touching causing spikes setting these codes which is in turn stalling and shuddering the engine. the wires are so small and are easy to transfer current if the conditions are right which will spike voltage and set codes INTERMITANTLY !!!!!!!!!! which is the worst of all to diagnose. hope this helps out. let me know if you have anything to add.
#236 of 262 Re: Dodge Ram 1500 stalling and bucking with automatic shut down codes [bgm29]
Jan 18, 2012 (8:52 pm)
I have a 2006 ram with the 4.7 and was having the same issues with rough idle and stalling at times. I replaced the tp sensor and map sensor and cleaned the iac valve and truck runs perfect now. I hope this helps someone with similar issues.
#237 of 262 3500 Dodge Ram shutting off
Jan 26, 2012 (10:39 am)
I appreciate the info but I have a '08 6.7 3500 Dodge Ram. What it is doing sometimes go dead immediately or when I hit a rough spot or bump. I have to try to crank it twice before it start. Then as I start driving about 1/3 of a mile go dead again, I knockout of gear, crank back up immediately. Sometimes I have to repeat it several time it going dead, crank up, go dead before it actually stay crank. Also it will go a week or so without cutting off and run as though nothing is wrong with it. Code did not call for a crank sensor but I changed it anyway. If you can call me I would appreciate it at 601-497-2343 or 800-896-9909 ASAP.
#238 of 262 undetermined reason for rise in RPMs
Feb 03, 2012 (10:43 pm)
I have an 04 dodge ram 4.7L 1500 SLT quad cab with approx 180,000 miles on it. We have had our truck looked at by a trusted mechanic that has always done us right in the past and he is unable to find the issue that I am hoping someone else might have come across and can help me out with. He has already cleaned the TP sensor, throttle body taken apart cleaned, he has probed the TP Sensor and even ran a test to check the feedback from the computer ( Im pretty sure thats what he told me today) My engine is increasing in the amount of RPMs put out (which causes the truck to somewhat buck or jerk when in motion) It happens when at at idle as well. Its been a while since it has stalled out, but that has happened on occasion. It tends to rev more severely when its damp or cold out. Its almost like someone steps on the gas and then lets up is the best way to describe the action it does and the sound of the motor. As of just tonight it was 66 out; we were driving down the road and it started to just increase in rpms by like 400-500. We have gotten to where we dont pay it much attn since we were told that we would have to deal with it til it gets worse since no codes are being found as to why its doing it. Though after a few mins more it started to really jump in RPMs like 1000 or 1500. We were running 60-65 and the truck stayed at like 2000 RPMs and the highest it would hit was 4000( only like 2 times). At times we we have been able to turn it off and reset it so to speak but this time restarting the engine didnt help at all. Any one have any ideas as to what it might be cause the issue since its not picking up or giving off codes so it is leaving everyone a lil clueless and frustrated on our end
Feb 19, 2012 (2:59 pm)
my 95 ram 5.7 has 357,000 miles on it. it has a problem stalling occasionally when the motor is hot, not all the time. it will turn over but not fire. once it cools down all the way it will start like it was new.
it will run on either, so it has spark. i have replaced the fuel pump as well. it just won't put fuel in the cylinders.
yes, it is the original engine and trans. with 357,000 miles! the only work on the motor is 2 water pumps.
#240 of 262 idle issue at times
Apr 19, 2012 (11:55 am)
Yea ive got a 04 4x4 hemi and this as only happen to me twice but the first i just got fuel and went 3 three miles and went to put it in park and the rpms just dropped to about 200 to 300 so i put my foot in and held it wide open and it came out of it. The next time i did not get fuel just went to start it and it would not start. I tried twice with just the key and nothing so i held the pedal down and cranked it over and it started then smelled flooded. that was about 2 months apart maybe at the most but it has not done it since. All else its a good truck beside the rust in the wheel wells and the blue smoke on start up sometimes but it does not appear to burn oil. Any ideas on were to start or look for the idle issue.
#241 of 262 Re: stalling when hot [rdnkfrftr99]
May 26, 2012 (11:13 am)
i see your post was in feb ,but hoping you still use sight have 98 with the very same problem checked pump is good 45 lbs pressure good spark clled tow truck when i got home took off rollback it started wonder did you ever guess what it was thank you for your time
#242 of 262 Re: 1999 Ram 3500 Cummins Engine dies while driving [hodgepodge1]
Jun 12, 2012 (11:26 am)
my truck did same thing in hot weather had to wait for computer module to cool down, at first i replaced voltage reg, dist. cap, rotor, crank sensor, alternator, etc etc, finaly i bought a rebuilt computer module from orilleys for 300 dollars which included the core of the old one, they programmed it and all for my truck for that price and no problems since
#243 of 262 Re: undetermined reason for rise in RPMs [dyal2005]
Jul 04, 2012 (3:33 am)
I have the exact same vehicle with only 80,000 miles on it and it is doing the same thing. So far Chrysler has done all of the above to the tune of $800 dollars CND and they still have not fix the problem. It is going back in today (July 4, 2012). There is also and update for your engine computer that they put in and for the extra $150 dollars, this did not help either. did you eventually find what the problem?