Weak front drive train ? I haven't heard of any problems with the front drive train other than a c/v joint breaking from ABUSE.Where did you get your info from about this because I would like to read it.
I have two sitting in my yard that you can spend hours reading the repair history. We won't afford to use them as the never ending repair bills and down time have surpassed the replacement trucks cost.
Show me on any new dodge where it says dodge on it! They don't even mention dodge anymore. What's up with that?
Well my 2011 Ram says "Dodge" in inch-high lettering right in the center of the dashboard, but I definitely know what your talking about.
Chrysler is re-branding their truck line under the "Ram" name. Probably in hopes it will catch on as an iconic single-word name for its trucks, in the same way that "Jeep" is synonymous for off-road vehicles.
After owning a 94 mitsubishi eclipse gsx awd and a 96 Lincoln Continental I swore I would NEVER BUY a vehicle than I could not do simple repairs!. The mits needed to have lost of stuff moved just to change the air filter, the lincoln had a bad timing chain and the engine and trans needed to be dropped to work on it... I bought the 04 Dodge Cummins. EVERYTHING CAN BE GOTTEN TO!!!! The injectors the turbo the pump the filters... I checked on the water pump costs on the Dodge the Ford and the Gms.. The Ford's cost to replace the water pump was over 1500.00 Bucks!!! The GMs not much better at over 1200... The Dodge was less than 500... The Dodge can be done yourself on the side of the road in 20 minutes and only has 2BOLTS holding it on..I can do the fuel and and the air filters.. NO GLOW PLUGS!!!! With the Gms engine bay I could not even see the thing.. Forget the FORD!!! The darn cab must be removed from the chassis...This may not
...2011 Ram says "Dodge" in inch-high lettering right in the center of the dashboard,...Chrysler is re-branding their truck line under the "Ram" name. Probably in hopes it will catch on as an iconic single-word name for its trucks, in the same way that "Jeep" is synonymous for off-road vehicles.
I know they are using the Ram a lot, and nothing negative meant about Dodge (since I like them) but from more than 25' away they start to look like mouse ears. I keep thinking it is a Disney edition of a truck.