Engine Performance problem
1985 Dodge Ram V8 Two Wheel Drive Automatic 155000 miles
My truck runs good at low rpm, starts good and idles smooth. When I take it up to highway speed it starts to stall as though fuel starved it also does this when I kick it into passing gear. When I let up on the fuel it recovers most of the time, but the problem is worsening and happening with less and less fuel feed applied. I have changed the fuel filter and pump, it still does it as soon as it is warmed up. Truck also runs cooler than normal and has an exhaust leak coming from the crossover tube right side. It is a 318 2V w/AIR. Can anyone give me any ideas? Exhaust problem maybe? Or control module, possible distributor problem? Any help from some experience would be appreciated.
Tuesday, March 10th, 2009 AT 6:35 PM