truck-trans-dodge
truck-logo-dodge
Search Messages :  

PING: azwiley

From : tom lawrence

Q: roy wrote ah jerry. about those snowballs you mentioned to me............g roy yeah i know but it only takes a short run to get the resident troll into one of his head over heals spin. being the socialist asshole he is it doesnt take much to get him tripping over his own lies. jerry .

Replies:

From : azwiley1

my odometer just rolled 2500 kms hit a pothole and my radio quit. not so bad though now i can listen to the hemi. - jeff 03 1500 quadcab hemi of course. kevin .

From : redneck tookover hell

hello joeseph im not having much luck with turbodiesel. they have pop up windows right and left and keep asking if i want them to be my home page. as an example i have put in this post thier three first hits for the enquiry transmission advice. i dont think a psychic even a extremely gifted one is the answer. top results for transmission advice 1. extremely accurate psychic advice ask any questions and get ready to be wonderfully amazed by our extremely gifted and caring psychics. use your credit/debit card with paypal to gain instant access. $1.99 per minute. 24/7. www.psychicpowernetwork.com 2. transmissions - yahoo! shopping compare prices and products from more than 150000 stores across the web. yahoo! shopping offers consumer reviews store ratings tax and shipping costs and more. shopping.yahoo.com 3. advice on ebay find advice at low prices. with over 5 million items for sale every day youll find all kinds of unique things on ebay - the worlds online marketplace. www.ebay.com ############################################################################ ########### www.turbodiesel.com on thu 26 feb 2004 205010 -0800 commanderdave n48degrees@hotmail.com wrote hello all i have a 1995 dodge diesel with auto trans. here is my problem between about 65mph and 70mph where i spend most of my time the transmission will drop out of od. ie..the rpms increase. then it will go back into od. ie...rpms drop. this happens at low loads typically a level road or even a very slight downgrade. it will keep cycling every 30 seconds to a minute. this is a major pain in the ass! if i get over 70 problems goes away. if i am pulling a grade at any speed problem goes away. hope a smart dodge guy takes pity on me and tells me what the hell is going on. thanks for the help...dave begin 666 spacer.gif k1te&.#ea0!## p y! $+ !$1 $.p end .

From : tom lawrence

who makes the 5 speed auto-transmission for the 2500hd hemi ram no one. its a 45rfe which is a 4spd with a kickdown ratio. 1234 kickdown to a ratio between 2nd and 3rd. or as mopar calls it 1-2-2 prime-3 and 4 hey mike s..........is 2 prime the normal upshift second or is it the kick-down second .

From : mac davis

pete; the factory shop manual for this truck is probably floating around on ebay. is the distributor an electronic one with a two prong plug or a points unit crow eater eh! youre wifes name isnt roxie is it been a while since i was there but i enjoyed sa. great people and great grape. cheers gavin thanks gavin for your input all the company cars that my dad bought home 318s and 360s all had electronic ignition the earliest we had in a v8 was a vj 1974 then vk 360s i spoke to my friend and he is getting an ignition packso thats not a problem to fixbut when he got the d20.all the wiring under the bonnet was hanging inpiecesfrom what we suspect was a rough engine change before it got sent over.alsowe suspect that the wiring colour codes are different from aust to the statesand then the unknown wire from the distrubitor we have. nothing a wiring diagram could not fix rather than pay an electrician money to nut out. i have a mate here with a chrysler mitsi wrecking yard so it is not hard to get valiant stuffsorta well getting harder now. he is dropping a 360 in his d20as we have an american one as the oil filter is at the bottom of the motornot on top on oil lines like an aussie v8 hemi. we are crow eaters by the way gavin. bye and thanks pete .

From : cbhvac stephen

-----== over 100000 groups - 19 different servers! =----- . 222 278866 20040303000447.10026.00000800@mb-m17.aol.com youll get better traction if the chains are on all 4 wheels but the ride will beat you to death and handeling will suck. so just put them on the rear tires put it in 4h and drive a little slower. thats the main reason the chp requires chains so the fools from the la basin will slow down politics the gentle art of getting votes from the poor and campaign funds from the rich. .

From : cbhvac stephen

trey wrote i have a 99 dak 4x4 but since i live in a non-snowy area southern ca i do not have snow tires. looking at the routs up to the ski resorts they say you must have chains or snow tires on all four tires on 4wd cars. so i will need chains will i just need chains for the rear tires or all four if i only needs the rears should i run it in 4wd right now i have michelin xc lt4 tires that are about half way through their life. are these considered snow tires or just lame tires you really only need the chains on the rear wheels to satisfy the legal requirements. youll get better traction if the chains are on all 4 wheels but the ride will beat you to death and handeling will suck. so just put them on the rear tires put it in 4h and drive a little slower. your tires are pretty good all seasons. i probably wouldnt change them for the few times each year that the going gets dicey up there. when you do get around to changing them consider the michelin ltx m/s. i find it to be an excellent all weather / all surface tire. i was just looking. i can get chains for about $80. not as bad as i thought it would be. so now the big question. cable or chain both are the same price. those ltx m/s tires look pretty good. i have a feeling i will not be changing the tires for a few years though. ever since i got my motorcycle i have been putting less then 50 miles a month on my truck now. so the tires will not be worn out as fast. i bet i will get another year out of the tires. .

From : mac davis

tom lawrence tnloaswpraemnmcien5g@earthlink.net wrote in message i thought the 2004s were all 325 hp/600lbs torque. thats what it said in my trailer life magazine anyways. no - the 325hp engine was introduced as a mid-year change. 04s built before sometime in december still have the 305hp engine. okay but now the standard is the 325/600 and there is no more high output and standard dsl motor. -- moparman----remove clothes to reply... scud coordinates latitude 32.61208 degrees north longitude 96.92995 degrees west depth 17.35 inches .

From : tom lawrence

on 3 mar 2004 083332 -0800 proteusdiver@hotmail.com stelios grigoriou wrote you want some real weirdness when my kid was in korea the army had a policy of putting chains on 2 wheels of the humvees... left front and right rear!! you really only need the chains on the rear wheels to satisfy the legal requirements. youll get better traction if the chains are on all 4 wheels but the ride will beat you to death and handeling will suck. so just put them on the rear tires put it in 4h and drive a little slower. sorry but i have to disagree... if you drive in 4h or 4l or awd for that matter you have to have chains on all wheels since chains drastically change the performance of the wheels they are on. driving with chains in only one axle in 4x4 mode will get very very interesting. there is also the debate of putting the one set of chains in the front axle since you need the traction mostly for steering but since chains are fairly inexpensive by all means if you need to use chains do it the proper way. in my experience the question is if you have to stop and get out of your truck to put the chains on. if you do it putting on a second set is just 5 minutes more of your time... you already are outside and wet anyway... do not forget to stop and adjust the chains after about 200 yards of travel and then check them from time to time for looseness. a loose chain in the right wrong circumstances can wreck havoc in your front system. do not go fast with the chains on... mac .

From : azwiley1

i noticed the last couple of days that the engine stumbled a little after starting. this morning it cranks like a champ but wont start. and when i let off the key from cranking... it stumbles like it is running on though it never started... possibly just spinning from the starter so i pop the hood and see a fireworks show at the coil. i pulled the wire and some rust fell out blew that off w/canned air. the spark show lessened but still wont start. i dont think it is a fuel pump issue but i should make sure i have fuel pressure etc... no engine light is on... ideas thanks! .