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beerguy214 11-05-2011 09:06 PM

Have a problem with the Hemi studdering?
 
Hey guys wondering what the problem might be.Today i took my buddy for a ride in the new ram(well almost new had it for a few months) and he said well let see what it will do.So i punched it and it took off but then it started hesitataing like it was missing.I was like it has not done that before.So i punched it again and same thing took off and started hesitating like one miss after another.I was like what the heck well after 4 or 5 times of that i was like there must be something wrong.What it felt like to me was the spark was getting shut off or something.Has anyone else experiened this?It hasn't done it before but i have 1,100 miles on it now and just started doing it.Also it was a 10/10 build date if that has anything to do with it?

Hemiram2011 11-05-2011 09:14 PM

I never heard of this had my truck for four months and about 4000 on the clock and no issues yet...

erm 11-05-2011 09:32 PM

Was it slick or rainy out?

beerguy214 11-05-2011 09:57 PM

no not slick or rainy.It was abou 45 degrees.Dry so i don't think it was the traction control if that was what u were referring too.Unless the tires were trying to break loose and that it was what was happening?Most of my pulls were from a 20 to 30 mph run so unless it would break the tires loose at that speed it shouldn't have been the problem.

mxbill27j 11-05-2011 11:48 PM

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Originally Posted by beerguy214 (Post 650241)
no not slick or rainy.It was abou 45 degrees.Dry so i don't think it was the traction control if that was what u were referring too.Unless the tires were trying to break loose and that it was what was happening?Most of my pulls were from a 20 to 30 mph run so unless it would break the tires loose at that speed it shouldn't have been the problem.

Mine just did this to me this morning pulling out of my street, but once it warmed up for a minute, it was fine... I found it odd also. I just got mine monday night so I made my first stop and the gas station and put 89 in it and it seems to run better all around. I think the dealer put 87 in it and it just doesnt like it.

eltoro2 11-06-2011 01:12 PM

bad gas ! have to be carefull where you buy gas . I found union 76 gas works great

eltoro2 11-06-2011 01:14 PM

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Originally Posted by mxbill27j (Post 650294)
Mine just did this to me this morning pulling out of my street, but once it warmed up for a minute, it was fine... I found it odd also. I just got mine monday night so I made my first stop and the gas station and put 89 in it and it seems to run better all around. I think the dealer put 87 in it and it just doesnt like it.

bad gas . union 76 gas works great !

mxbill27j 11-06-2011 09:43 PM

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Originally Posted by eltoro2 (Post 650566)
bad gas . union 76 gas works great !

LOL. I always put good gas in my vehicles. I just finally burned out the full tank the dealer gave me when i bought it. We dont have Union76 here, and unfortunately Pennsylvania is a mandatory E-10 minimum state so I usually stick to certain gas stations that I know are decent.

mxbill27j 11-06-2011 10:32 PM

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Originally Posted by eltoro2 (Post 650566)
bad gas . union 76 gas works great !

LOL. I always put good gas in my vehicles. I just finally burned out the full tank the dealer gave me when i bought it. We dont have Union76 here, and unfortunately Pennsylvania is a mandatory E-10 minimum state so I usually stick to certain gas stations that I know are decent.


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