Tag: Ram

Tech Thread Spotlight: How to Pull and Read Diagnostic Codes in Your 1st Gen Ram

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Since 1996, all new cars sold in the United States have been equipped with the OBD II diagnostic port that makes figuring out computer-related problems much simpler but for pre-96 Ram pickups, you can “pull” and read any computer codes with just your ignition key.  Checking your own codes will allow you to figure out […] More »

  Comments | By - January 9, 2014

Truckin Fast Wednesdays: Sam Hubinette Drifts a Ram HD

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While the Ram Heavy Duty in action in this week’s Truckin Fast Wednesday feature isnt all that fast – the drifting action courtesy of Mr Samuel Hubinette is too good to pass up.  For those who arent familiar with Hubinette, he spent quite a few years behind a varierty of Chrysler factory backed drift race […] More »

  Comments | By - January 8, 2014

Cool Thread Spotlight How to Really Get Better MPGs – and Why

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While the vast majority of the Mopar lovers on DodgeForum.com are more interested in making their Dodge or Ram vehicle more powerful than they are getting better fuel economy, the high price of gasoline puts MPGs in the back of everyone’s mind.  Because of that, we see plenty of discussions about how adding headers or […] More »

  Comments | By - January 7, 2014

Muddy Mondays: Cummins Ram Pulls Jeep Out of the Mud

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We don’t usually feature stuck vehicles in our Muddy Monday segment especially when they are stuck Mopar vehicles but this week’s video shows a 3rd gen Dodge Ram packing the Cummins Turbo Diesel engine dragging a Jeep Wrangler out of a deep mud hole.  We don’t get to see what lead to this Jeep being […] More »

  Comments | By - January 6, 2014

Cool Thread of the Day: 2g Ram Parts Manual Thread

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Are you planning to do some work to your 1994-2002 Dodge Ram pickup and you want to research the parts and prices of the repairs or modifications before tearing into the truck?  You can get most part numbers off of the component itself once you have removed them from the truck but having all of […] More »

  Comments | By - January 2, 2014

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