The vehicle was not repaired. The vehicle restarted directly after this happened. I replaced the valve, cleaned out the throttle. Apparently is was sticking open and causing the truck to run lean and stall out. This has happened to me three times in the last 3 years. I have been dealing with this issue for 3 years now and someone needs to be held accountable I have had 3 different dealerships look into the problem and I have tried to work it out through private mechanics.
The manufacturer also advised the contact to drive in temperatures above zero degrees. The secondrunner will be located a few inches from the front of the intakemanifold on the left side. I mention what the dealership said and what I researched online. When the accelerator pedal was depressed, the vehicle failed to accelerate. When I got onto the interstate to come home the cruise would not engage, I opened the hood and pressed on all the injector and plug wires and the truck ran smooth and the cruise started working again. The road was a popular well maintained paved road. Three times this truck has actually put my safety in jeopardy by dying in the middle of the road the second time was in the middle of the highway during rush hour.
I had the radio of and the fan on low with only road noise and I had no idea the engine had stalled. According to the manual and from what I've seen, there is two bolts on the inner side of the hea … dlight assembly that need to be remove, then there is what looks like a cover with a plastic philip's screw that needs to be removed. I have a 05 Dodge Ram 1500 that stalls when slowing down to stop or take corners. On August 5 and 6th the vehicle lost power while I was operating it with my children inside in the middle of traffic. If you notice a coolant leak, it should be taken care of as soon as possible to avoid damage to your engine.
It has always idled low but dealer says otherwise. The approximate failure mileage was 120,000. It should then just pull forward. It could be as simple as a connector wiggling loose. I thought to prompt an investigation as all of my online findings would indicate the exact same problem. The 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 has hook-end wiper arms. At highway speeds, with the airflow comming into the air system from the road, the motor may suddenly start working again.
Fortunately no cars or pedestrians were close by and speed was relatively low, otherwise this could have ended with serious injury or fatality. Second, antifreeze has a lower freezing point than water, which keeps it in a fluid state during cold weather. The failure mileage was unknown and the current mileage was 72,360. The truck started dying on me again only this time the check engine light would come on and off at random intervals not seemingly related to the truck dying. The dealership could not duplicate the problem and could not repair the vehicle. The driving distance of the vehicle has no impact on when vehicle will stall. Promptly wipe up any spilled fluid as it is highly toxic.
I don't have floor mats in the truck and once the truck was stopped I checked under the hood and the cable was tightly connected but lose on the throttle body and the same on the gas pedal. The vehicle then shut off and the gauges remained stagnant. I think that this is a very serious complaint and someone need to move quickly. The video above shows you where the coolant reservoir in your Ram 1500 is located and how to add coolant. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic for diagnostic testing where it was diagnosed that the crank shaft sensor, heat sensor, oil pressure gauge, and motor needed to be replaced. I bought the truck because I liked the styling and the performance of the Hemi. I paid 35,000 dollars for this truck and it shouldn't be a lemon even if the tranny has been rebuilt 3 times already.
I pressed on the wires and things were fine again. It starts out as a engine sputter then it dies leaving no power steering or brakes. I got home, turned off the car and popped the hood. In addition to the recent incident with the differential, I have experienced other issues with this ram: -new engine after cracking both heads while driving down the freeway it gets serviced regularly and doesn't tow often. Yesterday I went off the road. The manufacturer stated that the contact would have to call the dealership to tow the vehicle directly after it stalled, and directed her to not restart the vehicle. The contact stated that the vehicle would intermittently stall when accelerating from a stop.
The contact was traveling 70 mph when the vehicle began smoking. The engine locked up and the vehicle was towed to a mechanic. It said my engine was just off the cold mark and the check gauges light was gone. I'm sure there is a standard socket that works better instead of metric, but I didn't have standard on me. This forces the driver to have to pull over on the freeway and can really cause an accident.
Since there is a huge discrepancy in the year d … ifferences I would use the oem's. Once completely stopped the tachometer jolts up and down, making the truck lurch forward, and will sometimes stall completely. The contact stated that while starting the vehicle the engine warning indicator illuminated continuously. I looked and it says I was running hot. The bolts shouldn't be extremely tight, so you shouldn't strip them. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. Be sure to check your owners manual to determine the correct type of fluid to add - for Dodges, it will typically be in a section titled Fluid Capacities in the back of your manual.