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96 ram trouble code

Discussion in 'Ram Trucks' started by ptllandscapeIL, Nov 9, 2007.

  1. ptllandscapeIL

    ptllandscapeIL Senior Member
    Messages: 495

    On my 96 ram 1500 5.9 im getting the trounble code TPS voltage does not agree with MAP and its telling me to replace powertraim control module,tp sensor,map sensor,wiring any one know anytjhign about this help would be great
    thanks
     
  2. MIDTOWNPC

    MIDTOWNPC PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 4,452

    I cant offer too much help but I would suggest you join a dodge ram forum. I am part of dieselram.com and some guys on there really helped me out. I had a error code and it had to do with the map sensor. I was told to pick up some air intake cleaner (do not use carb cleaner ) and clean the map sensor. I did that 2 times and changed everything.
     
  3. MickiRig1

    MickiRig1 PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,617

    Get the single model repair manual for your truck. It will have check out procedures for all the parts that are mentioned. I take it you took it to autozone and they gave you the list of parts involved with the code? Most of the stuff all you need is a Digital Volt Ohm Meter to measure voltages and resistances to figure out if the part is bad. The library may have pro repair manuals that have the procedures in them with pictures of the parts.
     
  4. MickiRig1

    MickiRig1 PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,617

    Get the single model repair manual for your truck. It will have check out procedures for all the parts that are mentioned. I take it you took it to autozone and they gave you the list of parts involved with the code? Most of the stuff all you need is a Digital Volt Ohm Meter to measure voltages and resistances to figure out if the part is bad. The library may have pro repair manuals that have the procedures in them with pictures of the parts.The electrical repair section of the manuals may have directions on using Volt Ohm Meters and testing parts and connections.