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Jul 2, 2010 - 15 posts - 9 authors
My brother just got a 2008 1500 and the TPMS light is on. The dealer ... Does any one know how to reset the TPMS so that the light will turn off? Logged .... Quote from: dragonslayer169 on July 03, 2010, 08:14:37 am. Awesome ..... I have having a TPS issue on the new Ram that is ticking me off. I plan to try ...
Dec 11, 2013 - 10 posts - 3 authors
So my low tire pressure warning goes off because it says the right front tire is low. ... It should reset, it may take a cycle or two but unless you need a new sensor it should be ok. ... It was automatic on my truck and it's a 2010.
You shouldn't have to use 4wd to tow a boat out of the water. Does your truck have a 2wd button or just the 4high and 4low button? If you have a 2wd button, put tranny in neutral and then hit the 2wd button. If you just have the 4high and 4low button, put the tranny into neutral then press the 4high button twice (Once to get back into 4high, then again to get out of 4high and back to 2wd).
What you want/need is a Factory Service Manual for the '87 Ramcharger, it covers each transmission in depth.
Which, if i remember correctly, there were 4 transmissions available in 1987. The Torqueflite 727 3-Speed Automatic (Found in 2WD and 4WD Ramchargers), the 904 Torqueflite 3-Speed Auto (2WD only), the New Process 435 4-Speed Manual Transmission (2WD & 4WD) and the Chrysler A833 4-Speed Manual (2WD only)
He need not stop to change from 4x4 hi to 2wd. He can also go from 2wd to 4x4 hi "on the fly" as long as the front hubs are locked, he is going straight and maintaining a steady speed. If the hubs are manually locking, he must exit the vehicle and lock the hubs. If they are automatic locking, in order to go from 2wd to 4x4 he must stop, put the vehicle in 4wd hi and pull off. Once he starts moving, the hubs will automatically lock, he can then switch from 2wd to 4wd hi and vice versa "on the fly". To unlock the hubs, he will need to stop, put the vehicle in 2wd and back up 3 ft. (remember, this is on automatic locking hub models). Hope this is helpful!