46 problems related to car stall have been reported for the 2004 Dodge Ram 1500.
While coming to a stop, the truck lost all power and stalled. I immediately restarted the truck and proceeded to the next intersection, and it lost power and stalled again while braking to a full stop. I was able to make it two miles closer to my home, came to a stop and the engine revved up slightly, and then idled low to the point where I thought it was going to stall again. I got it home and had it towed to my mechanic. The truck was checked out, the truck did not stall after repeated testing for the next week. I picked it up, got a quarter mile down the road and it lost power and stalled again. I immediately returned it to the mechanic and, again, the truck did not duplicate the stalling, but the mechanic did see it rev up when coming to a stop. The mechanic replaced the idle positioning sensor and I picked up my truck only for it to stall on my way home. My mechanic has had my truck more than I have over the last two months and the problem remains undiagnosed. After basic research on Dodge forums, this is a problem that many other people are dealing with and nothing has been done to address this issue. This is a major safety issue considering that the truck loses power and stalls without warning in the middle of turns and coming to a stop. Please help resolve this issue before it costs someone their life. I am not the only person having this problem.
The contact owns a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500. The contact stated that while approaching a stop light, the vehicle stalled. The contact mentioned he was able to turn the vehicle back on but the failure recurred. The vehicle was not taken to a dealer. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure and current mileage was 175,000.
The contact owns a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500. The contact stated that while completing a turning at approximately 5 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. The contact was able to restart the vehicle. The failure was experienced several times. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 95,000 and the current mileage was 99,000.
I have a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 crew cab 5. 7l hemi 2wd and it continues to stall every now and then at low speeds or at a complete stop. Vehicle will start right up with no problem but battery gauge takes a few seconds to rise to operating levels. Transmission also feels like it wants to slip at time of stall. Had engine and trans changed, battery and alternator checked out okay as well. Did some research and found that a lot of incidents happen after vehicle transmission ha been serviced or transmission fluid is low; other individuals who have experienced this problem have said they had the erg valve, tps sensor, map sensor and even software. I don't know what the problem is but you end up spending hundreds of dollars trying to figure this out. I don't know why Chrysler doesn't address this issue.
Dodge 1500 stalls at slowing down. Same problem as reported in multiple postings here. Very dangerous situation.
Tl - the contact owns a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500. The contact stated that while driving approximately 30 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. The vehicle was taken to a private mechanic where the failure was unable to be replicated. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 65,000 and the current mileage was 72,000. Dr.
I have two issues which I believe are related. The anti rollover valve in the fuel tank is sticking preventing fuel from entering the tank properly and bubbling back up the filler tube. This happens whenever you attempt to put in fuel and has resulted in multiple fuel spills. The second issue is after a fill up the truck may stall 4-5 times while at idle at stop lights or even while rolling resulting in loss of power steering, power brakes and no advanced warning. Both issues have multiple occurrences. I repaired my fuel tank by adding an auxiliary anti-rollover valve and plumbing it into the existing evap connections. This after the dealer refused to warranty the tank even though some models have been recalled and this does have a bulletin published.
Began to slow down for a traffic light and my truck stalled while moving almost causing me to rear end the person ahead of me since I lost all control of my brakes and power steering. From what I'm reading this had happened to many people with the same year, make and model vehicle without any type of recall and its too dangerous of a situation.
The contact owns a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500. The contact stated that while driving 45 mph, she heard a loud thud as the vehicle stalled. The vehicle was towed to the contact¿s home where an independent mechanic inspected the vehicle. The mechanic discovered that the retainer of the valve spring failed and caused the piston to penetrate the wall of the cylinder, causing a hole in the side of the engine block where coolant had flown into the oil. Neither the dealer nor the manufacturer was notified. The failure and current mileage was 110,000.
I just bought this truck with 97,000 miles and it ran great when I took it for a test drive. Shortly after my purchase my truck suddenly stalled while I was making a slow turn leaving me without engine power, steering and brakes. The truck started right up and runs like there is nothing wrong with it. Normally I wouldn't file a complaint until I looked on the internet and saw a whole lot of people with the exact same problem that nobody seems able to fix.
The contact owns a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500. The contact was driving 40 mph when the vehicle stalled without warning. The contact was able to restart the vehicle and then took the vehicle to an authorized dealer where the failure could not be duplicated. The contact experienced the recurring failure approximately twenty times. The vehicle was neither diagnosed nor repaired. The VIN was not available. The failure mileage was 124,000 and the current mileage was 128,581.
The contact owns a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500. The contact was stopped at a stop sign when the vehicle suddenly stalled without warning. The failure recurred intermittently. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for diagnostics where the technician was unable to diagnose the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 101,770.
My 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4, 5. 7 liter hemi stalled while driving. The problem occured within 3 minutes of filling gas tank and while slowing to make a left turn. Since then vehicle has stalled within several minutes of each fill-up, (once while still at the pump) a total of 4 times. Car has restarted almost immediately and problem only occurs after removing and replacing gas cap.
Vehicle stalls after fueling. This is very random and doesn't happen every time I fuel. I have noticed it happens more when I fuel the tank to the top. The vehicle can stall during driving or at a stop that also is random.
While traveling 60mphon my ram 04 hemi experienced a vibration which resulted in the vehicle running rough. Broke 2 valve springs costing over $900 to repair. I've also experienced the sudden stalling and leaks from power steering lines.
The contact owns a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500. The contact stated that the vehicle intermittently stalled while applying the service brakes. The contact took the vehicle to the dealer, who stated that they could not duplicate the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was contacted. The approximate failure mileage was 70,000. The current mileage was 114,000.
The contact owns a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 quad. While driving at any speed, the contact noticed that the vehicle stalled after applying pressure to the brakes which caused the vehicle to lose power steering. The dealer was not notified. The manufacturer was informed and advised the contact that there were no recalls. The vehicle was not repaired. The current mileage was approximately 83,000. The failure mileage was approximately 82,000.
My 2004 Dodge ram stalls. On four different occasions. The last two almost killing my girlfriend and me. After the first three, I took it to a mechanic and he replaced the cam and crank sensor. On the way home, it did it again. Three of the four times it stalled while turning left and slowing down. This puts you in front of oncoming traffic. The last time I was on alert and still nearly died. There are no lights or warnings.
Ea05018 I don't feel that this complaint should have been closed. This started happening on my truck and it is a serious safety concern. I have had 2 very near misses when the vehicle stalls and I lose power steering going around a corner.
The contact owns a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500. While coasting across railroad tracks, the vehicle stalled when the accelerator pedal was depressed. The vehicle restarted within minutes of stalling. There was electrical power, but the engine was not running. There were no warning indicators illuminated prior to the failure. The failure has occurred at least three times within the last two years, in which the dealer reprogrammed the powertrain control module. The failure mileage was 44,000. Updated 3/3/09 the consumer stated the engine would always start up after it stalled. Updated 03/04/09.
Yesterday for no apparent reason my 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 died on a busy road with no warning. And would not restart. This truck has on several occasions when coming to a stop decided to stop running. (4-5 times in 2 years)until yesterday I would turn the switch off then restart and I would be okay until the next time the engine was checked for codes but none were found. After reading other problems on your site why has this issue not been solved? someone should be held accountable "Dodge" and the public safety should be #1 concern. . . . . . I await your response to this not so uncommon problem with shutdowns & stalling engines.
My truck, a 2004 Dodge ram 5. 7 litre, stalls without any warning. It has happened twice now. Causes a loss of power steering but all of my electrical stays on. There is no warning light on my dash.
I have a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 5. 7l hemi v-8, and everytime I turn my truck wheel my truck ends up stalling. It stalls and idles down for no reason.
The contact owns a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500. While driving 15 mph, the vehicle would stall when turning or while stopped. The power steering would fail and no warning lights were present. The failure only occurred in cold weather. The dealer inspected the vehicle and found no failures. The purchase date was unknown. The current mileage was 26,250 and failure mileage was approximately 25,500.
After filling gas tank full, engine dies when braking and turning a corner (losing steering) and coming to a stop. Starts back up fine, but stalls again on next low speed braking or turning a corner. Very similar to other accounts that I have read. I've had new plugs and O2 sensors costing mucho for zero result. When this occurs slowing down to make a slow turn, I have to throw it up to neutral to restart. Once I threw it in park going slowly, but it was dangerous to screech to a halt with a car behind me almost rear ended me. I've been told the same crap by dealers about this and I know they are playing dumb. The only remedy that I use for this is similar to others which is just don't fill it all the way up unless you are getting right out on the highway to run those speeds and not be stopping. I can't let others drive my truck unless I make sure that the tank is below three quarters of a tank. I can't believe that there's not a quick and dirty fix for this. Seems like you should disable emissions devices in the interest of safety.
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