Where is the fuel filter located on my 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 5.7 He mi quad cab?
The truck cut off after hesitating while I was
driving. It cut off and will not crank at all
now. It was as if there was no fuel reaching
the fuel injection...
Is check engine light on? Check fuel rail for fuel pressure. Also could be egr valve sticking open( my 2007 quad cab did this)
The fuel filter is inside the gas tank and probably not the issue as dandy mentioned.
My dodge truck with a5.7 hemi will turn on then turn off? Anybody have ansers
I have the same problem asRodrigo.....any help plz
my 07 dodge ram 1500 died on me and left me stranded it would try to turn over but nothing would happen i would hear the fuel filter turn on and prime but no start ...???? can anyone help me?
It running cut off.start. right back. up
2005 dodge ram 4x4 5.7 magnum just dies well driving changed sencers think might be fuel filter were I work real dusty but runs great and were is filter located any answers thanks...
i ust had the same problem with my 2007 dodge ram 1500 hemi, it started to not stay running then just didnt start at all, turned over but know fire. i had to put a whole new in tank fuel pump in. now it stays running. the other thing i was told was you have a fuel pump relay mounted under your fuse box thats unreplaceable, you have to change out the whole fuse box (TIPM), and with parts and labor it runs about $1500. so check the fuel pump first.
I just had this issue with my 2007 ram 1500 5.7. Drive fine on the way to work, hadn’t had any issues leading up to it, was getting great mileage. Then had a crank-no start condition. Did a quick test with starter fluid(if you do this be very careful to use bare minimum since it’s bad for your truck) where I pulled the air filter and did a quick squirt of starter. Truck fired right up but dies as soon as the starter fluid burned up. So I knew I wasn’t getting fuel. Cycled the key to on and couldn’t hear the pump prime. Found out that 07’s don’t have a pump relay module that you can bypass like other years and that the filter is inside the tank and not serviceable. So I concluded I needed a new fuel pump. Pulled the six bed bolts, 3 fuel filler Torx screws, removed tailgate to relieve weight of bed, removed taillights and pulled wire harness out of the bed, disconnected the ground strap in passenger side, and with the help of my boss and an escalera lift, picked the bed up and set it on blocks. Disconnected the harness from pump, quick disconnect on fuel line, vacuumed all the crud off the top of the old pump, popped the cover and used a chisel and sledge to drive the retaining ring around until I could remove it. Vacuumed again. Removed old pump, out new one in and reassembled everything after making sure the truck fired. Problem solved!
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