Hope helps with this remember rated the help. From what I understand the Fiat Rams have a Lotta problems such as steering issues, electrical issues, and just little ticky-tacky bullshit because Fiat is so damn cheap these days. Off road it has performed great and I enjoy running around in it at my ranch. The latest iteration of its venerated Cummins turbo-diesel inline-six, with its impressively round four-figure torque rating, establishes the front line. I have noticed that most of the carbon build up comes from short trips and city driving.
Does anyone know about the regen process on my 6. It sounds a little gimmicky, but it works naturally in the real world. Going over 1350 is hard on the turbo and will effect it's life. The service rep told me to drive it for about 30 or 40 miles at highway speed and it will regen. I after market equipped my truck with an Edge Attitude engine programer and with it I can monitor selected engine conditions.
Jack Barnett I dont own a Dodge. In its most powerful express, the Cummins creates 385 strength and 900 lb-ft of torque; this high-yield form mates with a more grounded six-speed programmed and is just discretionary on the Ram 3500. It was sitting on the lot for over a year and only had 46 miles on it. The 2007 with the 6. The expanded innovation of the fuel-sparing torque converters with the programmed transmissions brought about the more prominent torque.
At this point you need to take a ride for 15 mins. Has regeneration times been reduced?. Anyway, I usually drive 60,000 to 70,000 miles a year so I need this truck to get half a million miles. I do have to chain up. Am I wrong on that? This will only occir at high speeds and takes more milage that you stated.
Lastly, being a Laramie you have a lot of gadgets in the cab that can eventually break. The early 07's had the 5. The Ram Truck is in its fourth generation as of the 2009 model year. I think the service interval on that is like 75k miles for a cleaning. AirLift 5000 with auto leveling. About every 2 or 300 miles depending on how it's driven and amount of idling time. I know that sounds like a lot of miles but I plan on keeping this truck as long as possible.
The Ram 2500 Laramie Crew Cab with the bigger gas V-8 we tried had a lot of intensity for speeding around town, proceeding onto the expressway, and at whatever point passing was required. Regardless of the decreased torque, the manual transmission Ram diesel trucks conveyed the correct pull as the automatics until the 2013 model year. Spray in bed liner and rubber mat. I decided to listen to my gut and shop elsewhere. The other accessible gas motor is a 410-hp 6. SinceLastVisitFilter false, 1557898068554 ; listingsSearchManager.
So, what are the common repairs I need to worry about? The progressing upgrades to programmed transmissions offer more eco-friendliness than the manual transmissions. BorgWarner supplies the transfer cases, including an all-new part-time unit hefty enough to harness the mountain of torque from the high-output Cummins. But Ram was also wise enough to update with plush interiors and new technology to appeal to modern truck customers, many of whom missed the memo about not mixing work with pleasure. The 3500 has rear leaf springs while the 2500 retains the coil setup of the light-duty 1500 and offers optional air springs. The truck is named for the Ram hood ornament that first appeared on Dodge vehicles in 1933. Numerous improvements to the front and rear axles enhance capability and durability.
Brian replied that they've been in business for a long time, they sale used cars and sometimes they have problems, warranties are offered for additional cost and pretty much blamed the customers for expecting too much from a used car because you get what you pay for. The more awful case for manual transmissions is that today they are not fixed or even supplanted with another one. Make sure yours is up to date. I know this was wordy but I hope this helps. I just picked up my dream truck which is a 2018 Cummins six speed manual Laramie.