Help! Serious Driveablity Problems!!!

HI,
Electronic engine control wizard, please help!!
I am having a hard time figure out what's wrong with my 1999 Dodge Ram (with quad cab, short bed) 1500 4x4 with a 5.2L (318) engine and automatic tranny.
My truck would not restart after shutting it off when hot. It cranks but engine doesnt start. It used to take about 30 minutes of cool down before it would run again and now it would take an hour! I already figured out that the PCM is not switching ignition coil circuit on and off causing no spark out of the coil. Crank and cam sensor tested ok using a multimeter. Guages and tach would not move when it wouldnt start (gas and volt guage stays in same postion as when off without moving to correct reading when key is turned on, tach doesnt move at all as normally does while cranking). Sometimes speedometer says "no bus" when key is first turned on. After cool down peroid, guages finally will show correcting readings,and it will start!
Just right before trying to fix above no start condition, the tranny was acting up. Sometimes it would be stuck in 1st gear for all day or in limp mode for all day. It had following codes P1757, P1763 and P1762. After some diagnose work, it looked like a PCM is bad after trying new tranny gov press sensor and solonid along with new tranny filter and fluid. Above no start condition started shortly after replacing the PCM. The tranny still acted up.
Now, it is acting worst. It is running super rich and idles up and down cold or hot. Current codes is as following PO122, PO117, PO107, PO112, P1296 and P1764. All codes are similar: signal voltage too low. Following flow charts carefully, PCM is assumed to be defective.
I back probed PCM connectors and input singal from all above sensors for the codes are operating correctly. Yet, my scanner tool shows incorrect reading for sensors.
While I wait for your help, I will try cleaning PCM ground system, do more wire wiggle test, and even maybe put in old PCM back in and see if codes are same. Seems like sensor voltages which shows incorrect readings on scanner tool change when I bang on the truck espically interior driver area. Wires under steering colum looked ok. Please help!
Thanks!
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Lotus800 wrote:

Have you checked for proper supply voltage to PCM, wires, fuse, ect. Have you checked fuse block, fuse block power wire that comes from battery and corresponding grounds. I have seen loose wires, corrosion, shorts all cause erratic PCM problems. If you don't have the right voltage to the PCM it won't have the right reference voltage so all of your sensor signals will be off. Good luck.
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