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Re: OT 97 Dodge Ram

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I would be suspicious. Years ago I pulled a tranny out of a pickup I had, and when I got it all back together - no fire. Long story short, I had pinched a wire, blew a fuse feeding the ecm. Took a bit to track it down. A few years later I had a pickup in a body shop, and mgr calls and tells me the fuel pump is bad, and they had to push it out of the body shop. I found that hard to believe as it ran when it went in, and was still under warranty. A week later when I picked up the truck I asked what they found wrong. Guess what - cut wire down by the frame (they removed and replaced the bed due to a rear end collision). I would be testing voltage to the PCM, fuses, etc. before jumping to conclusions and buying a new PCM. Too much coincidence for me.

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03-15-2013 19:09:47

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 Re: OT 97 Dodge Ram in reply to Ron-MO, 03-15-2013 19:06:08  
By the way.....the truck in the body shop had another issue.....when wife drove it out, I noticed one brake light was not working. They had also damaged a plug in the wire harness feeding the bed (tail lights). Easy to do, but those guys seemed to be quite careless for a new car dealership, on a near new truck, but I see it more and more.

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