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The Ram 2500, a full-size pickup truck from the Ram Trucks brand, is part of a series initially introduced under Dodge in 1980. The second-generation Ram 2500 debuted in 1993 for the 1994 model year, available as a 2-door standard, extended, or 4-door crew cab. Customers had a choice between engines including a 3.9L V6, a 5.2L, or a 5.9L V8, and a 3-speed or 4-speed Torqueflite automatic transmission. The model featured big-rig truck inspired styling with large exterior front and grille, while the interior emphasized storage, with a large glove box and additional space behind the seats. In 2002, the third-generation model hit the roads with a redesigned frame, powertrain, suspension, and interior. The first Ram 2500 mega cab, with a Hemi V8, appeared in 2006. Today's Ram 2500 comes in three styles: regular, crew, and mega cab, and seven trims: Tradesman, Big Horn, Lone Star, Power Wagon, Laramie, Limited Longhorn, and Limited. Engine options include a standard 6.4L V8 with 410 horsepower, a turbocharged 6.7L 6-cylinder diesel with 370 horsepower, and a high-output diesel version with additional horsepower. Four-wheel drive is optional, except in the Power Wagon trim where it is standard.

The Ram 2500, a full-size pickup truck, is heavily utilized for various purposes including passenger transport, agriculture, commercial uses, and even in law enforcement, military, and fire services. Owing to its heavy-duty usage, it often experiences common problems such as issues with the braking system and suspension. Experienced drivers have reported problems like brake fluid leaks, corrosion, an unresponsive brake pedal, and sometimes, a non-functioning parking brake. Additionally, the Brake Warning Light, ABS Light, or Parking Brake Light may illuminate, signaling that components like the brake line, ABS control module, brake pad, and parking brake cable may require attention. Suspension issues are also common, typically beginning with intense vibrations from beneath the vehicle and abnormal rattling, clunking, or scraping noises from the tire area. This might result in the front tire bouncing uncontrollably and difficulties in handling the steering wheel. To address this, inspecting the drive shaft and sway bar bracket or sway bar bushing is advised. Moreover, in order to extend the Ram 2500's lifespan, it's important to maintain each part, including the fan blade of the cooling fan motor, which is instrumental in cooling the engine, and the lash adjuster, which can increase the engine's life expectancy and thereby the vehicle's lifespan.

OEM parts are unrivaled in terms of quality. They go through extensive quality control inspections and are produced in accordance with Ram's official factory specifications. All of these remove defects and imperfections. So you can relax knowing they promise exceptional lifespan and flawless fitment. On our platform, we provide genuine Ram 2500 parts, including Suspension & Drive, Differential And Drive Line at incredible prices while ensuring top-tier quality. Feel at ease shopping with us, knowing our parts, such as Emission Controls have a hassle-free return policy and rapid delivery service.

Ram 2500 Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to Replace the ISS or OSS Sensor on a Transmission?
    A: Disconnect the cable(s) from the negative battery terminal(s). Raise the vehicle and secure it on jackstands. Identify the sensor to replace. Disconnect the electrical connector and place a drain pan. Remove the sensor mounting bolt and pull out the sensor. Installation is reverse of removal. Check transmission fluid level and add fluid.
  • Q: How to check a Starter Motor and Starting Circuit on Dodge Ram 2500 and Ram 2500?
    A: Start by checking the battery cables and connections, testing the battery's condition, and examining the starter motor wiring. Check the related fuses and inspect the ignition switch circuit. Verify the operation of the clutch pedal position switch or the TR sensor. If the starter does not activate, check for battery voltage at the starter solenoid. If voltage is present, remove and bench test the starter motor assembly. If the pinion drive extends but does not rotate, the solenoid is operational but the starter motor is defective. If the solenoid plunger extends and rotates the pinion drive, the starter assembly is functioning correctly.
  • Q: What is the Evaporative Emissions Control (EVAP) System,Canister Purge Valve and Vapor Canister on Dodge Ram 2500 and Ram 2500?
    A: The EVAP system prevents fuel system vapors from escaping into the atmosphere. On warm days, vapors are routed from the fuel tank to the EVAP canister, where they're stored temporarily. The EVAP canister, containing activated charcoal, is located underneath the vehicle.