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Old 10-31-2015, 04:36 PM
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e 2010 Dodge ram 1500 bighorn hemi 5.7. I just reached 88k miles and its taken a crap on me. Any help would be appreciated.
Let's see to start. The ac is making a knocking sound and I've replaced the bend door actuator bout 4 times now and only works for 2 or 3 days for knocking or ticking starts again.
Now the ac/heat control buttons don't light up or work can't change from hot or cold?
With that when I have my doors open the mirror lamps flicker like the truck is surging?
And the worse thing that's started is I can be driving and the truck just shuts off. It'll start right back but its major safety hazard thankfully haven't been going around a curve yet cause no steering or breaks .
And the DTE has always been pretty accurate . now it'll say I have 100 or 26 miles til DTE when its got a full tank.
R there any recalls for this stuff?
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sounds like your pcm might be screwed up.
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sounds like your pcm might be screwed up.
^^^^^^^^^ That'd be my first guess as well.
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^^^^^^^^^ That'd be my first guess as well.
Agree with PCM, but based on past experience with another FCA (Liberty), see about wiggling PCM connectors and/or cabling, may have chaffed wires or loose connectors...
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