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Old 02-28-2011, 08:10 AM
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Mine stalled again last night.. My tires were spinning aliitle on snow... Than it died...
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Bringing this back from the dead...I got a "tornado" intake mod from a friend of mine, the stalling did not start till I added it.

When I get home, I might take it out and see if that fixes it. I have not seen a change in fuel economy at all but I figured I would try it since It was free. I wouldnt think it would cause the stalling, but I had the truck troubleshot, the fuel pump was found to be priming intermittently, dealer changed the pump, cleaned the sediment out of the tank, changed the filter and put it all back together, and its still doing it, still intermittent.
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I only had the one time issue, i now have 61,000 miles on my Ram
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if it keeps happening, it could be a sign the Cam shaft position sensor is going bad. Happened to me in my 03 Ram, drove me crazy trying to figure it out. was happy when I found out the sensor was only $60 though. no problems in my 09 Ram yet, keeping my fingers crossed,lol
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