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1998 dodge ram 1500 heater won't heat up

From : tbone

Q: bushbaby wrote the problem is that we will never get the job done. especially if the left continues to hamper the efforts and hope to lose for their own political gains...thats just sick. .


From : tom lawrence

that makes sense thanks the pandoras box reference comes to play if the injectors dont come out so easy and something breaks during the removal. -- if at first you dont succeed youre not cut out for skydiving i dont disagree with if it aint broke dont fix it thinking. however i dont understand the pandoras box reference. replacing the injectors seems fairly straight forward and i cant see any negative results from replacing them except the cost. it has a new fuel pump about a year ago i rebuilt the heads and put in a new oil pump at 248k so far so good i guess i am just curious about why you think that. i have a 1996 ram 1500 318 auto 4x2 with very high mileage 268000. it runs very good however i was wondering if it might be time to replace the fuel injectors just as a precaution. does anyone have any thoughts on this also does anyone know of a place to get the best price on a new set. thanks david heck no....never fix what aint broke. youll be opening pandoras box. .