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Old 03-07-2020, 12:18 PM
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Any direction would be appreciated. I replaced the pcm thinking this would solve the stalling problem. My 05 5.7 Magnum has a hard time starting and won't run unless the foot is on the accelerator. It stalls as soon as I let off the throttle and putting it in gear. Helpppp.
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Has the gas tank recall been done on your magnum? I’ve built 2 R/Ts, an AWD and a RWD. Both developed the same sputtering, starting issues until I went to the dealership and ran the VINs. They both needed the gas tank recall. 5-6k miles later, never had an issue since. Shouldn’t cost you a dime.
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