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Old March 11th, 2009, 07:36 AM   #41
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Well I do think its getting plenty of fuel becuase I can smell it while cranking for a little bit and I put some in the Throttle Body and it didnt help. I pulled the air cleaner off so I am getting Gas and Air and spark. I just think its not getting enough spark and it fouled out the plugs. I changed one plugs and it was pretty fouled. ALSO, we tried to check cylinder #1 for spark and the spark jumped from the inside of the boat to the top of the plug and set the plug on fire while it was still in thee motor lol. So I think its really flooded. Also, I hooked a Actron OBD II scanner up and it didnt show anything?? I love the look of these Rams But I think they would be a lot better with a 350.lol.
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Old March 11th, 2009, 09:05 AM   #42
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Well I do think its getting plenty of fuel becuase I can smell it while cranking for a little bit and I put some in the Throttle Body and it didnt help. I pulled the air cleaner off so I am getting Gas and Air and spark. I just think its not getting enough spark and it fouled out the plugs. I changed one plugs and it was pretty fouled. ALSO, we tried to check cylinder #1 for spark and the spark jumped from the inside of the boat to the top of the plug and set the plug on fire while it was still in thee motor lol. So I think its really flooded. Also, I hooked a Actron OBD II scanner up and it didnt show anything?? I love the look of these Rams But I think they would be a lot better with a 350.lol.
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Flashing check engine light == misfire.

Misfire == catalytic converter damage.
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Old March 11th, 2009, 10:26 AM   #43
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Ill check that as soon as I get the plugs done. Hopefully once the plugs are not fouled out I can start the truck and get the check engine light to co0me on and then scan. BUt it will probably just say misfire.
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Old March 11th, 2009, 07:45 PM   #44
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Ill check that as soon as I get the plugs done. Hopefully once the plugs are not fouled out I can start the truck and get the check engine light to co0me on and then scan. BUt it will probably just say misfire.
It most likely will do the same thing and fouls the plugs.
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Old March 18th, 2009, 07:19 PM   #45
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make sure there is spark at the plugs, It is common for the coil wires to go bad on those. Look at the plugs before spending all that time changing them if they are wet, black, or just plain worn out then it could be the problem. One thing you can try is bring it to my shop in livonia and ill look at it for you
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check for bad ground issues one body grounds and or check the crank sensor
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