Question about 2007 Dodge Ram Truck
Could be the motor, but they usually last alot longer than four years. I would check the wires and plugs first. Check for corrosion in the plugs, bend the tabs in the plug alittle so they get good contact. check the wires at the back of the plug, this is where they tend to break, give them a tug, you wont hurt them unless they are broke. Make sure that none of the transfer and transmission wires are not hanging down. if they are check these areas for damage and resecure them up to the transmission. Also while your under there check for oil leaks. If you have one on the transfer case, remove the top plug. Oil should come out of this hole, if not then fill till it does. Transmission fluid is what you use in this. But check your manual first to make sure there isn't a synthetic oil in there. if there is you can drain it and put in transmission fluid, or spend $32.00 a quart to fill it.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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