I have a 2013 ram 1500 sport push start won't start

Asked by Oct 08, 2017 at 12:47 PM about the Dodge Ram 1500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The kids ran it out of fuel put fuel back in it
half tank still won't start can here pump
click but don't think it's getting to engine
what do I do

8 Answers


turn it to 'run " don't start it , turn it off and repeat a few times that may help

Tryed that and hit the tank to idk what else to do and it's starting to piss me off have no idea what else to do


Check fuel pressure as running out of fuel could have ruined the fuel pump. Did you see if fuses and relays were good

Yeah all fuses gd that's what Iam thinking pump no gd any more but I tryed again and fired up but didn't stay running idk don't have the money to take in trying fix my self if possible


could be the sending unit on the pump , you should get more than 5 years out of a factory one but who knows , if all testing points to bad pump/unit then I guess that's what it is

How would u check that computer


Honestly, most fuel pumps come with a new sending unit


How would you check what computer ?

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