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The Ram 3500, a heavy-duty pickup from the Ram Trucks brand, is known for its impressive capabilities. Originally marketed under Dodge Ram until 2010, this model debuted in 1972 as a refreshed version of the D series trucks. Adopting Chrysler's AD platform, it was offered in three types: a 2-door standard, a 2-door extended, and a 4-door crew cab, with a club cab featuring foldable jump seats added later. Engine choices included a 3.9L V6, a 5.2L V8, or a 5.9L V8, mated to either a 3-speed or 4-speed Torqueflite automatic transmission. A 1994 redesign gave the 3500 a big-rig truck appearance, with a prominent front grille, and enhanced interior storage space with a large glove box, additional armrest storage, and extra room behind the seats. The dashboard and instrument cluster were also revamped. The 1998 3500 model offered both 2-wheel and 4-wheel drive options, and introduced an 8.0L V10 as an alternative to diesel engines. It featured various axles, including a unique front solid axle. The latest engine options include a 5.7L Hemi V8 with 390 horsepower, a 4.7L V8 with 310 horsepower, and a 3.7L V6 offering 215 horsepower.

The Ram 3500, widely used by contractors and farmers for long-distance transportation of heavy goods, often encounters specific common problems due to its heavy workload. The most frequent is transmission failure, manifested by difficulty shifting gears, inaccurate shift indicator readings, grinding noises emanating from the vehicle's underside, and the illumination of the Check Engine Light. If your Ram 3500 exhibits these symptoms, it may be advisable to inspect the transfer case shim or seal, automatic transmission shifter, transmission pan, or shift cable. Additionally, Ram 3500 owners have reported suspension issues, like excessive vibrations or abnormal noises, and electrical problems, such as difficulties in starting the vehicle and visible corrosion on the battery terminals. These could likely be rectified by replacing the drive shaft and battery cable. Lastly, the wiper pivot, a component that aids the windshield wiper in providing a clear driver's vision, often wears out concurrently with the windshield wiper or wiper blade due to harsh usage conditions. Therefore, if your windshield wiper's performance deteriorates, the issue might be with the wiper pivot.

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Ram 3500 Parts Questions & Answers

  • 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.
  • Q: How to Remove a Power Steering Pump?
    A: Disconnect the cable(s) from the negative battery terminal(s). Remove the drivebelt. Using a large syringe or suction gun, suck as much fluid out of the power steering fluid reservoir. Position a drain pan under the power steering pump, then disconnect the hoses from the pump. Plug the hoses to prevent excessive fluid loss and the entry of contaminants. Remove any interfering engine components. Remove the pump mounting bolts. The bolts can be accessed through the holes in the power steering pump pulley. Lift the pump from the engine compartment, being careful not to let any power steering fluid drip on the vehicle's paint. Installation is the reverse of removal. Tighten all fasteners securely. Fill the power steering reservoir with the recommended fluid, then bleed the system. Re-check the power steering fluid level.
  • Q: How Do You Replace a Wheel Hub Assembly on Dodge Ram 3500 and Ram 3500?
    A: On 4WD models, start by loosening the driveaxle/hub nut and the front wheel lug nuts. Then, raise the vehicle and support it securely on jackstands before removing the wheel. Remove the brake caliper and hang it out of the way with a piece of wire, and then remove the caliper mounting bracket. Pull the disc off the hub and remove the wheel speed sensor. On 4WD models, separate the tie-rod and upper balljoint from the steering knuckle, and then pull the top of the knuckle out to separate it from the axleshaft. From the rear of the steering knuckle, remove the hub retaining bolts and remove the hub from the steering knuckle along with the disc shield. To install, clean the mating surfaces on the steering knuckle, bearing flange, and knuckle bore. Position the disc shield, insert the hub and bearing assembly into the steering knuckle, and tighten the bolts. Finally, tighten the driveaxle/hub nut on 4WD models, tighten the brake caliper mounting bracket and brake caliper mounting bolts, install the wheel, lower the vehicle, and tighten the lug nuts.