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2003 Dodge Ram 1500 Laramie 4.7L temperature VIN: 1D7HU16N53
This truck came in with owner saying he had some heat but not always. Coolant level was good. Changed thermostat as it seemed to take too long to warm up. After thermostat it had heat but not great. Went on a test drive and after about 1/2 mile the drivers...
2012 Ram 3500 ST 6.7L Bad sensor data VIN: 3C63DRGL7C
All 4 temperature sensors are reading 2134.4 degrees at all times. We have confirmed there is a 5 V voltage source supplied to all of the sensors. We have checked continuity in all 4 return wires to the computer. We've confirmed that the computer grounds a...

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2004 Dodge Sprinter 2500 2.7L No Start VIN: WD2PD64464
For some reason dbr3 would not talk to this one Autel and a Gray market lap top did not have an problem communicating.We work on these quite often but when i went to look up the codes did not see them. Problem turned out to be a bad connection at the sifter. I... Trouble codes: 3FFF0, 3FFF0.
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