Tag: Tech Thread Spotlight

Tech Thread Spotlight: 2nd gen Dodge Neon Engine Torque Strut Adjustment

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Motor mounts fall into that category of items that go bad on pretty much every modern vehicle from the Dodge Neon to the Dodge Ram 3500 but unlike some vehicles where fixing the motor mounts is as simple as unbolting the old mount and bolting up the new unit – the 2nd gen Neon relied […] More »

  Comments | By - December 12, 2013

Tech Thread Spotlight: Removing the Headlights in your 3rd Gen Dodge Durango

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There was a point in time where removing the headlights from a large sport utility vehicle was as simple as removing a metal ring that ran around the outer edge of the large headlight lens but those days are long gone.  In the 3rd generation Dodge Durango, removing the headlight housings entails removing the front […] More »

  Comments | By - December 10, 2013

Tech Thread Spotlight: 40 Pages of Ram Transmission Questions and Answers

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Do you have a problem with or question about the transmission in your Dodge Ram pickup?  We have a 40 page thread in the 2nd gen Ram section where members peppered a professional transmission technician with an incredible number of questions and he answered them as they came in.  Unfortunately, Monte C hasn’t been around […] More »

  Comments | By - December 5, 2013

Tech Thread Spotlight: How to Change the Rear Spring Shackles in Your Dakota

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Are you looking to add some extra ground clearance in your Dodge Dakota and you arent sure if you can do the work yourself…but you don’t want to face the labor costs of having someone do it for you?  You are in luck as our 1st generation Dodge Dakota section has a great DIY written […] More »

  Comments | By - December 3, 2013

Tech Thread Spotlight: Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems Explained

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For several years now, new vehicles sold in the United States have been equipped with a built in tire pressure monitoring system but it seems that very few people understand how these systems work.  Fortunately, site sponsor TireRack.com had a representative post some simple details of how these monitoring systems work and whether or not […] More »

  Comments | By - November 27, 2013

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