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  1. ramrokie
    10-05-2011 12:52 PM
    How do you adjust a carburator on a 1986 dodge ram50, 2.0, AT, ENGINE Has no power when accelerated, sluguish....
    Done changing the spark Plugs, new airfilter.
  2. ramrokie
    11-09-2010 09:19 AM
    Finished installing mechanical fuel pump and my Ram is running!! drove it for a test and fuel pump seems running just fine, no gas leaks! Yes, it was challenging task, to put that pump back in a cramped space between the engine block and carburetor, hope I have done it right ...Idling is bit high I understand carburetor may need readjustment; I have the manual book, i will read more on this subject but I've been told not to play with that readjustment Issue and leave it to the it that serious?
    I have also rinsed the engine since I have earlier sprayed with Engine cleaner. It looks and smells much better
    Thanks Toms Blue Ram 1500!!
  3. Toms Blue Ram 1500
    11-05-2010 10:07 PM
    Toms Blue Ram 1500
    Heres the link to your present allowances .
    I'm not sure if you've reached your limit or picture size . The link should answer your question . If you need any more assistance feel free to pm myself or one of the staff . Tom
  4. Toms Blue Ram 1500
    11-05-2010 10:03 PM
    Toms Blue Ram 1500
    It sounds to me like the pin your talking about , is part of the pump . If you can post some pics in a thread , myself or one of the other mechanics on here can confirm it for ya . Tom
  5. ramrokie
    11-01-2010 02:19 AM
    Hello everyone, Thanks for the welcome, very glad to be back, an update on my part time project.
    Briefly, I been working on my dodge ram d50 that was sitting on the backyard for almost a year and for the last 2 weeks progressed a lot to make it run again and it has been a learning experience, done lots of basic maintenance like replacing spark plugs, and wires,changed oil, replaced gas filter, pump belt, air conditioning belt and now I am working on this unexpected and perhaps daunting task of replacing The fuel pump that started to profusely leak on my way to work.
    Already bought the new mechanical fuel pump, waiting for the gasket, meanwhile I have removed the old one, I hope i did it right since while removing the old pump i noticed a pin that came from inside, not sure how to put it back:(please help) I can't find information nowhere on how to do it, unless I buy the book. if someone knows were i can find inf I please let me know, appreciated,
  6. Toms Blue Ram 1500
    10-21-2010 05:08 PM
    Toms Blue Ram 1500
    Hey there , just checkin in to see how your doing enjoying the site . Theres a ton of information and over 16,000 members . So if theres anything you need , you can post up or shoot any of us Z staff a message and well be more than willing to help . Talk to ya soon . Tom
  7. CdnoilRAM
    10-20-2010 11:36 PM
    Welcome to the RamForumZ! My name is Kurtis and I'm a Membership Relations Manager, if you have any questions about the forum or need anything else, feel free to ask by leaving a message on my visitor page

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    1986 Dodge Ram D50, 2wd, 2.0L
    2wd, 2.0L Carburator
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    changed all spark plugs, and wires, belts, fuel filter, air filter, working on fuel pump.


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changed all spark plugs, and wires, belts, fuel filter, air filter, working on fuel pump.


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