Changed fuel filter, fuel lines, injectors thought was fixed will still cut off sometimes will start right back usually takes longer but will eventually fuel is getting to injectors full steady spray

Asked by Nov 02, 2014 at 06:26 AM about the 1991 Dodge RAM 150 2 Dr LE Extended Cab LB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Not consistent will run for a few days then
will have a few days that it happens several
times a day

4 Answers


Cut out when you slow to stop like at a red light or something? If so possibly dirty/faulty idle air control valve or dirty throttle plate.

Seems the last few days when it stalls as soon as we remove the air filter it will start again replaced that and we will see but now something is draining the battery have to jump every morning know this sounds crazy but last few nights been so frustrated took the battery out at night truck starts fine in the am any ideas on that

121,045 -- check this out. May help you find what's draining your battery. Are you leaving any electronics plugged in? (Phone charger ect.)

No nothing plugged in actually truck is so old there is no where to plug anything not even a cigarette lighter in ashtray ...the newest development though when it happened today after it stalled we listened to fuel pump and didn't hear it we unplugged the relay and it started again after we plugged it back in ...wondering if it may be a power issue where it sometimes isn't getting the power it needs what would cause that? Btw y'all have been a great help thank you so much

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