Hi guys, last year I got my license and with it a 2005 3.7l v6 regular cab Ram. The car is phenomenal in almost every way except for mileage. That being around 10 mpgs city(almost no highway). Ive tried every logical step at improving it. Ive ran a cleaning agent from a local shop through it, reduced the weight by around 200lbs by removing anything unnecessary(Tire iron, jack, hitch, etc), maintained tire pressure and swapped out oil filters. I drive as conservative as possible by barely breaking 2k rpms before letting the automatic switch gears, if you understand what i mean. I do plan on swapping out the intake with a CAI. l need to check and see if my family have done any tune ups prior to me driving it.This does have the towing package which I know does switch out the gears for ones with a higher torque band and all. Thanks for your time and assistance guys. I personally dont make much money(Around 3.5k a year, only work 10 hours a week), but I was just curious to see if there is anything I could try that wouldnt break the bank to somehow improve this horrific mileage?
Last edited by wgosnell; 04-25-2014 at 04:21 AM.