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06 Dodge Ram 1500
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06 Dodge Ram 1500
Howdy..Ok Who knows any tips and tricks for this dodge 4.7.
Im going to be getting into the wiring / computor to splice in to the 4 wires for the 4 ox sensors.

So any body out here done a dodge yet? Any and all help well do.
08-16-2009 01:16 PM
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Click on my documents link and at the bottom is a sensor request. Maybe they can get back to you with a wiring diagram.

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08-16-2009 07:03 PM
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I have the wiring diagram..Thiers 4 plugs at the computer.Each around 100 wires each.My one question is witch of the 4 plugs contain the oxigen sensors? with out tairing in to all the hundreds with wires?
I heard dodge was the hardest to do..so we will see...any help would be great.
08-17-2009 01:20 AM
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I've found that the best way is to find the wires directly from the o2 sensors and use them.

If you use the cables from the ecu and grab the wrong cable or wire, you might end up with a seatbelt sensor and waste hours trying to figure out why it won't work.

Much easier to deal with 5 wires instead of 100. Wink

Rick

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08-17-2009 12:43 PM
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(08-17-2009 12:43 PM)colchiro Wrote:  I've found that the best way is to find the wires directly from the o2 sensors and use them.

If you use the cables from the ecu and grab the wrong cable or wire, you might end up with a seatbelt sensor and waste hours trying to figure out why it won't work.

Much easier to deal with 5 wires instead of 100. Wink

If you use the wires by the sensors they are a high grade stanless steel and very hard to solder to. I have the color codes for the wires.I'm just trying to not get into a few hundred wires to find 8 wires. That is why I was asking if any one know what plug or harness out of the 4 magor harness that plug in to the computor it would be?
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08-18-2009 02:34 AM
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Yes, stainless is a problem to solder. My experience is that they are stainless until the first connector.

Rick

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08-18-2009 03:26 AM
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Has any one done a 4.7 Dodge Ram ? If so who and how well did they do?
08-19-2009 11:43 AM
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I drive a 1996 Ram 1500 4x4 with 275,000 miles. it's ne'er had any engine issues however I did replace the transmission ninety,000 miles past. I actually have additionally replaced virtually every bit of the front suspension a minimum of doubly. My truck has not had a simple life. it is a work truck that's sometimes loaded with 800-1000 pounds of tools and instrumentality and/or towing a debonaire or trailer. It is also driven on gravel roads oft and mountain roads on a daily basis. sadly rust is absorbing and it'll most likely fail its next annual scrutiny.

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