W 150 Ramcharger V8-360 5.9L (1991)
Cruise Control Module: All Technical Service Bulletins
Cruise Control Module - Engine RPM Fluctuatation
Sep. 8, 1992
Engine RPM Fluctuates When The Vehicles Speed Control System Is Engaged
THIS BULLETIN APPLIES ONLY TO NON-INTERCOOLER DIESEL ENGINE POWERED VEHICLES (IDENTIFIED BY AN "8" IN THE
EIGHTH POSITION OF THE VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER).
1991 (AD) Ram Pickup/Ram Cab & Chassis
Vehicles may exhibit engine RPM fluctuation when the vehicle speed control system is engaged at highway speeds. The road speed does not change.
However, there is an audible noise associated with the engine RPM fluctuation. This condition may be caused by the calibration of the vehicle speed
control module. Vehicles exhibiting this condition should have the following repair procedure performed.
Test drive the vehicle with the speed control system engaged at a speed between 40 - 60 MPH. If the vehicle exhibits the condition described above,
proceed with the following procedure.
Module, Vehicle Speed Control
This bulletin involves replacing the vehicle speed control module with a recalibrated module.
Remove the vehicle speed control module shown on page 8H-9 of the 1991 Rear Wheel Drive Truck Service Manual, Publication Number
Install the new module, PN 4728464.
Test drive the vehicle as described in the diagnosis section to verify that the engine RPM no longer fluctuates.
Reimbursable within the provisions of the warranty.
Labor Operation No. 14-20-03-92 ...... 0.5 Hrs.
58 - Internal Defect