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About Dodge D150
The second-generation Dodge D150 (1965-1971) received a mildly redesign in the spring of 1965 and made its debut as either a 2-door or 4-door pickup truck. It came with trim levels such as base Adventurer, Adventurer Sport and Adventurer SE as well as a Dude Sport Trim Package. And Dodge D150 was powered by engines ranging from 3.7 L to 4.6 L V8 engines and engines sent power through 3-speed, 4-speed manual and 3-speed automatic transmission. The third-generation Dodge D150 (1972-1980) was redesigned again. It featured a more rounded look, an independent front suspension, pocketed taillights, scalloped hood and rounded fenderwalls. Li' I Red Express, Warlock, Macho Power Wagon, Macho Power Wagon Top Hand, Macho Power Wagon Palomino, Adventurer and Midnite Express were available. And it also added a 2-door extended cab pickup truck. Engine options still varied from 1.7 L I6 to 4.4 L V8 and they were mated to the same transmissions.
Dodge D150 Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
First, engine failure. As a matter of fact, in Dodge D150, there are mainly two reasons to cause this issue. First is the wearing engine parts and another is the cooling system failure. According to some Dodge D150 drivers, once engine parts start to wear, engine will perform worse such as giving out strange sounds, running roughly, stalling or misfiring even suffering from starting issues. While when cooling system fails, black smoke will come from engine, coolant will leak on the ground, engine will keep overheat and have poor fuel economy. Before the engine stops working completely, you had better inspect the D 150 throttle cable, spark plug, oil filter, fuel pump, intake manifold gasket, and radiator hose in a minute.
Second, suspension failure. Some Dodge D150 drivers have complained this issue badly due to it influences their driving experience dramatically. At first, the clunking, rattling and scraping sounds from underneath the vehicle distract their attention while driving and they are also the main culprits of uneven tire wear and tilting vehicle. Then the intense car vibration and loose shaky steering wheel make it harder for drivers to control the vehicle. In case your Dodge D150 also suffers from these symptoms, please make sure the D150 wheel bearing, shock absorber, drive shaft, sway bar bushing and control arm bushing are working properly all the time.
Routine maintenance is always regarded as an effective way in decreasing the possibilities of fatal car accidents. In Dodge D150, you had better know about what parts need routine maintenance to save your energy and time in maintaining. Windshield wiper is often made of soft rubber but works under adverse weather conditions to sweep off debris on the windscreen so that driving vision will not get blocked. So, routine maintenance on it is essential.
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