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Old 11-18-2012, 01:13 PM
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I have a 09' Dodge Ram 1500 (5.7 lt Hemi). While driving the vehicle, it just shut off and will not start. I have checked the fuel pump and the fuel pump is working properly. I know I am getting fuel all the way to the fuel rails on the engine. However, I do not think I'm getting fuel to the spark plugs because the spark plugs are completely dry and do not have any fuel smell to them. The engine rotates but does not seem like it is sparking. I have also hooked up an OBD II scanner but the only code I am getting on it is emissions. Any help in this matter would be very much appreciated. Thanks.
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Check for a Crankshaft Position Sensor signal. Without it, you won't have an injector pulse or spark.
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(RamTech) How would I go about checking the Crankshaft position sensor signal? Would it still be located on the Bell Housing for the 2009? I just want to make sure I check the right part.

(ShiftJockey) The codes I got were P0440 and P0113.

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Ok, we replaced the Crankshaft position sensor and even reset the computer, but it still is not catching. So is there any other suggestions? This is getting really frustrating!!!
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