View Single Post
  #4  
Old 11-06-2012, 09:27 PM
ramvan2500's Avatar
ramvan2500 ramvan2500 is offline
Dodge Ram Forum Senior Member!
 
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Florida USA
Posts: 1,885
Gender: Male
Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Ram B2500 Van
Trim Level: SLT - 2500
Color: Deep Molten Pearl Coat, Silver, Grey
Engine: 1994-2001 318ci (5.2L) Magnum V8 220hp
Rep Power: 4
Rep:128
ramvan2500 will become famous soon enoughramvan2500 will become famous soon enough
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Gen1dak View Post
If your model truck has a trailer towing package, it has a transmission temperature sensor. Since you probably do not have that package, you could be getting a low voltage signal since there's no sensor. The MIL light doesn't always illuminate when dealing with the code 37....go figure. The sputtering sounds like you have a failing intake plenum gasket.
I could of sworn I covered the trans temp sensor, which they didn't have on the 1995 model year anyways. It wasn't until 1996 did they begin to put the sensor in.

But anyways the sputtering sounds more like a fuel problem than intake, I think we should recommend he connect a fuel pressure gauge and vacuum gauge this ways we can rule out both.
Reply With Quote