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2000 Dodge Ram 2500 5.9L axle seals VIN: 3B7KF2368Y
this is my own truck and this leak is driving me crazy.ive got dana 80 rear end and the right side axle seal i cannot get it to stop leaking. ive put 5 axle seals in this and will not stop leaking. checked vent tube,nice and clean,went with oem seals still lea...
2000 Dodge Ram 1500 Van 5.2L No Start VIN: 2B6HB11Y2Y
this van is friends i have try all i know just cant get a finger on this one brand not my cup of tea good commpression but when igo to start well almost start and engine will hydro lock with #2 cly full of feul all others dry iam thinking ecm but if any one ha...

Fixes & Summaries for Chrysler
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1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 3.3L Charging VIN: 1P4GP44RCV
We had installed an alternator new that just happened to be defective. Thanks for the help might have replaced computer if I had not found the field wire
1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4.0L No Start, Cuts out VIN: 1J4G258S9V
I don't work on too many of these so I appreciate the advice of those that do. After seeing all the votes for the crank sensor we went ahead and replaced it and have had no more problems. Many thanks to all who replied, Paul (Stewart's auto)
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