I am planning on lowing the truck but i'm not sure what i should go with a 2/4 or a 3/5 inch drop and i've measured it out and it won't sit too low but i'm worried the 3/5 might make the truck ride really ruff so i just wanted to do some asking around to seek some advice
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Re: 1998 dodge 1500 sst 2wd 5.9L
Well the lower you drop a vehicle, the rougher the ride will be cuz you lose suspension travel. if you have poor roads where you live i'd go with the higher of the two so you don't shake your truck to pieces
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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.
To measure the bolt pattern of any Rim for any vehicle
You measure from the center of the Stud across diaganally
to another stud and if that measure ment is 5 1/2 inches or
4 1/2 inches whatever the tape measure says then your bolt
Pattern is the number of Studs by the measurement which means for example 5 X 5.5 that's your bolt patter and if they ask for
hub that's the round center hole of the rim You measure from inside across to inside edges so if it's 4 inches that's your hub. good luck.
Distributor: ........(back) ............3 ....4..............6... .......................(+)-screw: rounded-end of Cap 8......................5 (+)-screw: square end of Cap .....1...............7 ..............2 .........(front)
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just drop the transmission pan to drain it and the filter is right there in the valve body,DON'T mess the band adjustment,they are only to stop the planetary gears so you can go into reverse,there is no such thing as adjusting bands! that went out with the fifties!
Sticker should be right on top of compressor...Don't use anything with sealer in it. I don't recommend doing anything else but perhaps a squirt into a known good slightly low system without complete equipment and training or it can cost more in the end than having it done for you.
P1762-GOVERNOR PRESSURE SENSOR OFFSET VOLTS TOO LOW OR HIGH. From what i understand from talking to some people it would be the Sensor that would need to be done. The intermittant issue could be the sensor going bad.
Are you planning on doing this yourself? or having a shop do it?