Dodge Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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Can you post the last 8 digits of the VIN so that I can do some research on this concern for you?
How many miles are on the vehicle?
Ok good, when was the last fuel filter replacement?
Has it been scanned for codes?
If not, Try this: This may or may not work. Sometimes you can get the vehicle to display codes for you on the odometer. Get in the vehicle and close all the doors. Without starting the engine, cycle the ignition ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON within 5 seconds. Make sure to end in the ON position, and do it quickly within 5 seconds. Where the odometer is should now begin displaying "P-codes" (ie. P0455). Write down all of the codes and post them here... If you did it properly and there are no codes, it will display "DonE" on the odometer...
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I just wanted to check in with you to see if you need more help with your concern. A non rated question normally times out within 7 days, so I wanted to stay in contact with you to see if the problem has been solved.
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That will definitely do it.. That is what I was leaning to.
If you are strapped for cash, you can have them run the "Cap Off" test and see which are the worst 2 or 3 injectors. This way you can break the repairs up by replacing a couple at a time. It is very common for the injectors to fail one by one until all are replaced. This is why we normally recommend all 6 injectors when we have extremely high return flow. Keep in mind, You may get lucky and have the other injectors hold up and not eventually fail.