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|1997 Dodge Ram 2500 Truck 5.9L Mechanical VIN: 1B7KF26D2V
OK folks, This is the Va Farm Vehicle of my favorite (only) 100 lb S*** kickin, horse lovin, 357 in the Tupperware drawer, moved-away-from-home, doin better than the rest of us daughter. She sez after 20 miles at 60 MPH the hydroboost brakes on this truck ar...
|1999 Dodge Intrepid 2.7L MIL Lamp on VIN: 2B3HD46RXX
Hi Guys, I have a code P1493, Battery sensor voltage low, with the MIL light lit up. I hooked the Modis to it and the battery temp voltage was 2.5. Another problem is it will not clear the code out of the computer even if I just try to clear it and turn the ke... Trouble codes: 1493 (low batt sensor voltage)
Fixes & Summaries for Chrysler
|1993 Dodge W250 5.9L overdrive VIN: 1B7KM26C7P
sorry to have to close w/out a fix, but the customer pulled the plug on this one.my mistake was telling him that o/d worked when grounded manually (he says he'll put in a manual o/d switch). love to see how long the transmission lasts when he forgets to shut i...
|1998 Dodge Ram 2500 Truck 5.9L rocker arm/lifter VIN: 3B7KE22Z0W
this dodge was a breeze to repair... due to lack of repair previously.. new heads, exhaust manifolds, lifters, head bolts and pushrods. all this was due to it being a plow truck and not doing any maintainance to it. turns out that the noise was a large piece o...
|1990 Jeep Comanche 4.0L Poor Idle Quality, Cuts out, Misfire VIN: 1J7FJ26L5L
As Richard from Houston recently said, Manmade problems are the hardest, but with direction from Kenneth in Arkansas, I turned my attention to the Crank sensor. Thanks for the specific location directions. Only took a few words to put down, and I appreciate it...