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Old 10-01-2013, 10:13 PM
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Default a dead fuel injection plug on #6 with a 2001 Ram

hello all,

i just finished installing a new used engine and had the transmission rebuilt in my 01 ( with 80k on the engine )

and trouble shooting at what i can ... and noticed that # 6 cylinder wasnt working ( a dead hole ).

i chequed the injector plug w/ a noid and i have no current going to the injector

my question is .... what could it be in having a dead injector plug ....??? cut wire or no ground ....???

also would anyone have a large diagram showing showing the wiring of these injector plugs .....

looking for some insights and thoughts regarding the situation ...

thank you for your time
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Check the harness going to the engine and trace the wiring for a break. It may have broken internally (the wire) if there was a break in the casing and moving it around during the engine swap.

It COULD be a bad crank position sensor.
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