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Hi Melinda, Thanks for the history. The best thing would be to recheck for the present fault codes related to the engine. If you would disconnect the - post clamp of the battery for a minute, then reconnect
Hi J, Did you happen to compare the new flywheel with the old one when you removed it? Do you still have it and then could you get the auto parts retailer to order another flywheel with the same number
Hi Anthony, I have a Ram manual for '01 which also has the 5.9L engine (regular duty and heavy duty). Unless you broke the multi-wire plug at the ECU then I would doubt that is the location of your wiring
There are two wires related to the DC, DC control and DC Pressure signal. The pin numbers are: DC control dark green/orange pin 20 at trans pin 4 at pcm DC pressure dark
Possible Causes RELATED TIPM TRANSMISSION DTCS PRESENT (T82) DC SOLENOID CONTROL CIRCUIT OPEN (T82) DC SOLENOID CONTROL CIRCUIT SHORT TO GROUND (T82) DC SOLENOID CONTROL CIRCUIT SHORT TO VOLTAGE TRANSMISSION