Question about Dodge Ram
Posted by Anonymous on
Hey guys, so I've got the 2003 dodge ram 1500 3.7L v6, I've always dreamed of having me a blacked out dodge ram and finally got it but damn I found out real quick why I got a good deal, the ball joint's and tie rod ends were well let's just say wayyy past their expiration, the tires were from first glance not bad but close look had bald spots so had to get 4 new ones, but I'm rambling my issues I need some input on are 1. Squeaky belt/fan?? I have greased all I could grease without covering serp. Belt and yes, the belt is like brand new I've seen others with similar problems and researched and searched and nobody has came out with a solution!? 2. With this type engine and exhaust system... what's some reasonably cheap things I can do to enhance performance and torque, i have acquired the tune up chip and fuEl treatments, transmission treatment as well! Guys any feedback would be very appreciated thanks!!
Posted on Oct 25, 2018
you can try changing the ignition coil, I own a 97 Dodge 1500 and mine did the same and thats what i had to do.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
Looking from the front of the engine everything on the right is odd number starting with 1-3-5-7-9. and everything to your left will be even starting with 2-4-6-8-10. The coil pack in front to the right will be 3-7-1. and to the left it is 2-4-6. On the rear coil pack to the right it is 9-5. And to the left on rear coil pack it will be 8-10. Hope this will help you.
Posted on May 22, 2010
Assembly of converter to trans and then tunit to engine? The torque converter must engage and slide into the front pump. The seal is easily damamaged if not properly fitted.Once the trans is against the engine the converter can be slid forward to bolt the flex plste.There should not be more than approx. 1/4 inch between the converter and trans bell housing if the converter is properly mated to the trans. Good Luck, Ned.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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ox546 i had the same problem but mine said i had a misfire on cyl 6 and ign coil a circut malfunction my coil on my # 1 cyl was melted so i changed it and it fixed it. some where your # 3 cyl is connected to another cyl i'm not shure which one but i know the #1 cyl is connected to the #6 cyl some way
Posted on Dec 17, 2010
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