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The Dodge Ram 3500, a part of the renowned Ram pickup series, represents a significant step in the evolution of full-size pickup trucks. In 1991, the grille underwent a redesign while retaining its large rectangular headlights and crossbar. The following year saw significant engine enhancements, including a multi-channel injector, new exhaust pipes, and stiffer cylinder heads, which resulted in a notable power increase. These upgraded engines, sold under the Magnum brand, were paired with heavy-duty automatic transmissions, specifically the A518. The Ram 3500 is equipped with a diesel engine that stands out from those used in Ford and GM trucks due to its direct fuel injection, eliminating the need for spark plugs. From 1999 to 2005, the vehicle featured the NV5600, a heavy-duty 6-speed manual transmission paired with ¾- and 1-ton Cummins engines. This setup provided smoother shifts and a more comfortable ride. Unlike semi-floating designs, the Ram 3500 uses a full-floating axle design, wherein the weight of the vehicle is transferred to the axle beam, leaving the axle shafts solely responsible for torque transfer. The vehicle's interior largely remained unchanged since its debut, while its heavy-duty range received a new interior and a redesigned exterior. The Ram 3500 also offers the Daytona package, with unique exterior elements. Transmission-wise, the Ram 3500 included the 42RE and RH, 4-speed automatic transmissions with identical ratios, and the 46RH and RE, part of the A518 family, which replaced the A727 in the early 1990s. These transmissions improved the vehicle's performance with the addition of overdrive, solidifying the Ram 3500's standing in the pickup truck market.

Dodge Ram 3500 trucks, tasked with heavier burdens than regular cars, often encounter issues as mileage increases. Common problems include abnormal engine noises and performance issues, such as clunking, rattling, or scraping sounds from under the vehicle, sluggish acceleration, starting troubles, and shifting difficulties, often signaled by the Check Engine Light. These issues could be linked to faulty components such as the drive shaft, automatic transmission shifter, transfer case shim, throttle cable, or transfer case seal, necessitating professional inspection. Additionally, braking and electrical issues are common, often manifesting as unresponsive brake pedals, illuminated ABS lights, starting and powering issues, and battery terminal corrosion. The ABS control module and battery cable are likely culprits and should be checked initially. Parts like the fan blade, wiper pivot, and mirror switch, though easily overlooked, wear out over time and require regular replacements to keep the engine cool, ensure clear visibility, and adjust the mirrors for optimal viewing angles, respectively.

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Dodge Ram 3500 Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How Do You Remove and Install Center Link,Idler Arm,Tie-Rod Ends, Drag Link, and Pitman Arm in the Independent Front Suspension on Dodge Ram 3500 and Ram 3500?
    A: To remove and install tie-rod ends, loosen wheel lug nuts, loosen jam nut, mark relationship, loosen nut on ball stud, disconnect tie-rod end, unscrew from tie-rod, reconnect, lower vehicle, tighten lug nuts. For link/coil suspension, measure distance, loosen nut, disconnect tie-rod end, lubricate threaded portion, insert ball stud, tighten nut, tighten adjuster clamp bolts. To remove and install drag link, loosen lug nuts, remove nut from ball stud, disconnect tie-rod ends, reverse removal for installation. For Pitman arm, remove drag link nut, disconnect drag link, remove nut and washer, mark for alignment, reverse removal for installation. To inspect steering damper, check for fluid leakage and wear, test for smooth resistance, replace if necessary by removing mounting bolts and nuts, separating from tie-rod and axle, installing new damper, tightening fasteners.
  • Q: How to remove rear Coil Springs on a Dodge Ram 3500 and Ram 3500?
    A: Lift the vehicle and support it firmly on jackstands, then place another jack underneath the rear axle to hold up its weight. Unscrew the bolt from the lower shock absorber mount and slowly put down the jack until the spring and insulator can be removed. To reinstall, switch the removal steps going from the last step to the first step, tightening all fasteners.
  • Q: How to Inspect the Brake Disc?
    A: To inspect the brakes, start by loosening the wheel lug nuts and raising the vehicle on jackstands. Apply the parking brake and remove the wheels. Visually inspect the disc surface for score marks and other damage. Deep grooves require disc removal and refinishing. Check both sides of the disc. To check disc runout, place a dial indicator about 1/2-inch from the outer edge of the disc. Set the indicator to zero and turn the disc. The indicator reading should not exceed the runout limit. If it does, the disc should be refinished. Check the disc thickness with a micrometer. To remove the disc, remove the brake caliper and hang it out of the way. Remove the caliper mounting bracket and, if equipped, the hub extender. Remove the lug nuts and pull the disc off the hub. If removing a rear disc on a model with dual rear wheels, remove the rear axleshaft and hub and bearing assembly, then unbolt the disc from the hub. Installation is the reverse of removal. Tighten the disc-to-hub bolts securely. Lower the vehicle and tighten the wheel lug nuts to the specified torque.