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Old 07-22-2015, 01:40 AM
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Default 2004 hemi 1500 overheated now wont start

driving down highway temp went to red i couldnt pull over right away until exit

now the truck wont start

headgasket,cylinder head,engine rebuild ?

rad has a crack in the top right i noticed

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Won't crank or cranks but won't start? Mil on or stored codes?
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it starts for split second then stops dead
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Can I assume that means no codes in the PCM?
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i dont have a code reader...

no check engine light

i took out spark plug on drivers side and there was a little water on the tip
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Did you pull plugs from the rest of the cylinders, too?
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