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'01 dodge ram 1500 (5.2L) lacking power

From : david

Q: are these rotor issues covered by the 7/70k warranty had both of my front rotors replaced at 5800 miles 03 qc 4x4 w/20s my 01 and my bosses 01 both have the same problem. on wed 30 jul 2003 213717 gmt scott shirley none@none.com wrote a few folks that i have spoken with at the local delearship other customers have all had problems with brakes on their quad cab 1500s with 20 wheels mine and few other folks rotors were warped. anyone else exp. this .

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From : tom lawrencetom lawrence

tbone wrote lol yet more spin. since you keep stating that i am in the closet i simply asked if you were married or even dating anyone. no thats not the way you ask it and the more i think about it the more repulsive you become. with the exception of one other person i know of no one else in here would try to spin in family members during a stupid argument as this. ill trade jabs with you all day even at the risk at pissing everyone off on the ng but when you stoop this low you have gone to far. everyone knows your childish attitude where you feel you must have the last word or you have accomplished nothing or won anything so give yourself a award or what ever you do and tell yourself you are a big winner. your a sick little man tom and you have finally proved that to all. jerry jesus christ jerry is there no dept that you wont sink to. the lies spin and assumptions just flow out of you like breathing. when have i spun any member of your family into anything the correct answer is never. as for the homo shit that was you who started that one with your doorknob fantasy. my comment to you not being able to see past the end of your dick simply refers you to be short sighted and only caring about what satisfies you. i should have known that you would not be bright enough to understand it. since you keep putting me in your demented sexual fantasies i just wondered if you were married or single as i assumed you to be with your shit personality so i asked. with the way that you spin and outright lie i had to confirm that if you said yes that you were actually talking about a human female and not a same sex partner or some type of farm animal. as for winning how could i win anything from a complete loser like yourself. now you not only bore me you disgust me as well and i am now done with you. gfy! -- character is doing the right thing when nobody is looking. like you have a fucking clue as to what character really is. -- if at first you dont succeed youre not cut out for skydiving .

From : timtim

friends i have a 1996 ram 1500 pu 4x4 v8 5.9l. for a couple of months there has been a slight groan from the front end if she would coast backwards; this may or not be related. yesterday when i turned into my driveway there was a loud snapping and groaning noise from the drivers side front wheel. i stopped and turned the wheel back and forth but there was no more noise. i took it around the block and the snapping and groaning noise started again and was so loud and bad i wasnt sure id get her home. i jacked the front end up and shook the tire. it has a lot of wobble in it that i know it didnt have when i rotated the tires a couple months ago. i spun the tire around a few times and there is a rattling and loud rubbing noise as it turns. is this the bearing could it be something else how hard are they to change i do have a chrysler service manual so does this bearing have a specific or unique name as there are about 20 entries for bearings all in different sections of the book. thanks for your time steve .

From : trey

dan mcaloon danm@prexar.com wrote i have a 360 engine 1975 plymouth in my 80 d150 pick up three speed over drive purple shaft cam . i did not change the cam bearings but i noticed thet had no grove for the oil. the oil passage-ways go to the heads and are clear if the engine is stopped at the proper place to allow the cam journal to line up. it looked like the oil should get to the tappets twice for each engine revolution. that is not how oil gets to the tappets lifters. oil is fed thru a passage from the pump/filter at the rear of the block to the right side oil galley this galley runs the length of the engine and feeds the right side tappets at the front the oil travels down to the #1 main bearing and then back up to the left side oil galley which feeds the left side tappets. oil is also fed from the mains up to the cam bearings at #2 and #4 cam bearings oil is fed to the cylinder head to lube the rocker arms the passages you coment on at the end of your above paragraph. i have started the engine and run it for 10 or 15 minutes at all rpms. runs fine but no oil to the tappets. what am i missing dont know... possibly the cam bearings/main bearings are so worn that oil pressure cant build possibly a galley plug is not installed where it should be possibly a cam bearing got knocked out of place possibly a pushrod folded over and a lifter has been kicked out of place. did the engine have sufficient oil pressure before the camshaft swap .

From : trey

hello i have a 95 dodge dakota 4x4 v6 3.9l. it sometimes chucks at low speeds more so when it is wet or damp outside. it does not have original wires on it they have been replaced about three years ago along with cap rotor and spark plugs. any suggestion would be appreciated. thanks randy do a complete tune-up. .