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Old 01-31-2012, 11:18 AM
dixonmusic dixonmusic is offline
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Default stalling in reverse when blipping gas

Ok gotta pick your brains. Ram was stalling in turns at low revs and in reverse. I have cleaned throttle body, replaced aic sensor, replaced tps sensor, new plugs, oil, filter, air filter, new water pump, power steer lines, 93 octane. Still hunts rpms at low revs and stalls in reverse when putting slightly on gas .... Help please
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Old 02-03-2012, 12:11 AM
Screamintrashcan Screamintrashcan is offline
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TPS fixed my neighbors 96, Hmm I would be very interested to know whether your fuel pressure is stable at 45 PSI, checked at the fuel rail. (theres a coupler there) If you've seen most of my posts, I'm a big believer in stable fuel pressure. If you do this, I'm thinking that if you stick the gauge hose beneath the wiper, and see what happens when it quits, it will knock the fuel pressure theory out, anyhow...
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