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2000 Dodge Ram 3500 5.9L Radiator VIN: 1B7MF3369Y
The Radiators start leaking at the tank - unsure but have been either side . We started with OMC brand and then went to modine type I think . We have continued to check for compression gasses with combustion leak detector - by Lisle. My latest thought was vol...

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1999 Dodge Ram 2500 5.9L No Start VIN: 1B7KF2369X
The Truck is Fixed . Thank You so much for the help and support IATN members , you folks are great help and peace of mind for the unsure what to do next. I was told for sure nothing was wrong with rebuilt ECM by rebuilder. I installed a second Reman ECM from...
2004 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT 5.7L Poor Idle Quality, Stall, MIL Lamp on VIN: 1D3HA14J19
thanks again for all the replies...heres what i found. the P0700 code was in fact a trans code,it was for the battery being disconnected,cleared code and no codes came back. i next checked back pressure at cats,no backpressure at all. next was a compression te... Trouble codes: P0335 (crank sensor fault), P0340 (cam sensor fault).
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