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What kind of problems has there been with the 1998 dodge ram 6cyl, at, ac cruise and what is a good price or to much

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Low power, Tranny issues, Rearend issues, Intake plenum gasket blows regularly- but most people don't notice. It just burns a little more oil when it does. If you plan to tow with it, don't get it.

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