1998 Dodge Ram Four Wheel Drive Manual 233, 00 miles
I've read many of the posts under the stalling category but haven't found any that quite fit my problem. This has been happening for about three weeks. Truck starts fine, will run fine for about 10 minutes and just as it reaches its normal operating temperature, it will stall when I take my foot off the gas. It will do this for the next few minutes, every time I take my foot off the gas. It happens so precisely every time that I can predict exactly when it will happen. Once the truck is completely warm, it will run fine again. I have changed the TPS, the IAC valve and cleaned the throttle body. I took it to the Dodge dealership where I purchased it, they ran a diagnostic and can't find anything wrong with it. Could it be water in the fuel line, bad fuel pump, clogged fuel filter? I am at a complete loss! Thanks for your help. Chris
have the same problem?
Monday, July 6th, 2009 AT 8:32 PM