Stalling issues

Asked by Feb 20, 2018 at 05:02 PM about the 2000 Dodge Ram Van

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Stars and runs . then tries to stall but if I
feather the throttle I can keep it going then it
runs fine for a second then stalls again .  the
asd and fuel pump relay toggle on and off .
no codes replaced pick up coil and
distributed pick up . help me please.

8 Answers

14,490

Sounds like a vacuum leak.

could be a ' a air fuel sensor ' i had the same problem with a dodge caravan..it would start stall contiuously sensor sits on throttle body 2 torx screws comes out van started right up its a plunger that gets stuck and shuts of air to engine

Nope unpluged it didn't chainge . it will run perfectly then the relays start lesson up which is switching the relays on and off thinking it might be the pcm cuz it control is them . hooked up extra grounds and no chainge

14,490

PLEASE!! do not be one of those people that blame the pcm!!! Keep doing research!

Will do any ideas

14,490

google the hell out of it,dodge forum. Did you check for a vacuum leak? do you know how?

Yes have and know how been a mec for 30 years but don't have the things I need anymore

14,490

brake cleaner?

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