The third-generation Dodge Ram 1500 debuted in 2002. This model featured an all-new design including independent front suspension.

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2006 Dodge Ram 1500 5.7L.

Dodge trouble codes

P0462 Fuel Level Sending Unit Volts Too Low

P0058 HO2S Heater Ctrl Circ Hi Bank2 Sens2

P0038 HO2S Heater Ctrl Circ Hi Bank1 Sens2

P0052 HO2S Heater Ctrl Circ Hi Bank2 Sens1

P0032 HO2S Heater Ctrl Circ Hi Bank1 Sens1

P0300Multiple Cylinder Misfire

P0463 Fuel Level Sending Unit Volts Too Hi

P0882 TCM Power Input Signal Low

P1684 Battery Disconnected in the last 50 Starts

P1128 - CLOSED LOOP FUELING NOT ACHIEVED - BANK 1

P1129 - CLOSED LOOP FUELING NOT ACHIEVED - BANK 2

P700

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What a mess. To start with I'd clear all codes, then run it til the light comes back and check codes again. At least that will get some of the extraneous codes out of your way.

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I've seen this when you short a battery by trying to boost a battery and getting it hooked up backward I would go one step farther than just resetting the codes. I would reset the ECM by disconnecting the battery for a few hours turning on the lights even though they wont go on . What your trying to accomplish is the draining of the residual power in the ECM so it will completely reset. If you did short the battery and toast off the ECM replacing it may be your only hope. If this is not a short of the battery then check the voltage of the alternator if the voltage regulator isn't working then you could be receiving power spikes zapping the ECM causing faulty readings. I would also probably check for a parasitic draw

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