where is a po133 sensor located on a 2001 dodge ram 1500 5.9?

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NEXIQ 125032 2001 GMC SIERRA 5.3L the knock sensors (there are 2 sensors) are located under the plastic intake plenum. the plenum has to come off to access the sensors. make sure you replace the plenum gasket with the updated gasket. (teal green intake gasket seal as opposed to the orange that ...

Answered: 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 electrical problems Lights ...

You will have to get a new fuse box. I just spend 1000.00 to find that out.

Answered: 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 overheated now won't idle”.

does it idle rough when you have your foot on the gas padle to keep it runing? this truck has aidli contral moter on the throttle bodyit may be not working ,coolent tempture sensor,gone out ,need to scan first to see for trouble codes,than come back , i also need more information about the over ...

Answered: WHAT CAUSES WIPER fuse to blow on 2001 dodge ram 1500?

Most likely cause is a short in the switch, or a wiring short. Next most likely is a faulty drive motor. Neither one is an easy DIY fix. If you want to try it, first consult a shop manual. You should be able to find one at your local library.
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