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  1. wgwareham
    12-02-2012 01:27 PM
    wgwareham
    Oops let me clarify, when putting the old PCM back in the gauges are still dead, and the truck won't run like before I put the new PCM in. Its a 2002 Dodge 5.9L gas
  2. wgwareham
    12-02-2012 01:26 PM
    wgwareham
    Hey Shawn I hope you can. I had a weird problem where truck would cut out occasionally and then the gas gauge would occasionally swing to empty and the light would come on, didn't take long for the truck to no longer stay running without feathering the pedal. Assumed it was gas flow issue and replaced my fuel pump, that didn't make any difference, all same symptoms stayed. I had a 601 error on the PCM since I had it (2 years) decided to give it a shot and got a refurbed PCM. The truck runs pretty darn good now, however all my gauges are dead and some of the lights are lit. I checked a bunch of grounds and cleaned them up. If I put the old PCM back on the gauges do the same thing but truck won't run like before.

    Any troubleshooting tips on the gauges would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks man!
  3. Marskat
    11-29-2012 03:04 AM
    Marskat
    Hi, Thanks for the welcome. I'll hit you up on questions I'm shure. So talk to you soon!
  4. tiffrankin
    11-23-2012 09:46 PM
    tiffrankin
    Thanks Shawn for the welcome. I joined becuase i'm not very auto savvy and I''m having a big issue with my truck. tell me what you think, my truck dies on the side of road and when i cranked it up there was knocking in the engine. so the dealership tears it apart and says i need a new engine. That a piece of metal got inside and rested on top of the piston smashing and destroying the engine. ???
  5. SouthernPride1861
    11-23-2012 09:08 PM
    SouthernPride1861
    Thanks for the welcome Shawn! I will definitely take you up on that offer, you will be hearing from me soon! Thanks again.
  6. BigRed3rdGen
    11-18-2012 04:26 AM
    BigRed3rdGen
    Hello, and thank you for the friendly welcome. I look forward to being a part of the best Ram forum on the web. I also wanted to thank you for offering your help as well. I am new to these trucks, so I greatly appreciate your offer, and will take you up on it in the future. It is really nice to have such friendly and helpful fellow members on a site. Previous forums I have been on don't seem to be nearly as member friendly. I like the Z forum already.

    Thank you again for taking the time for the friendly welcome.
    Jake
  7. Rudel
    11-18-2012 02:08 AM
    Rudel
    Thank you Shawn. Cheers!
  8. CanadianBigHorn
    10-23-2012 06:30 PM
    CanadianBigHorn
    Hello Shawn, thank you for welcoming me to the site.
  9. BrandonMski
    10-22-2012 11:14 AM
    BrandonMski
    The complete opposite of where my family is haha They mostly live in Halifax but have some land on on the water. Beautiful country.
  10. BrandonMski
    10-21-2012 09:43 AM
    BrandonMski
    P.S. What part of Canada are you from? I got some family up in N.S.

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