I have a beautiful 2009 Ram 1500 Laramie 4x4 5.7-liter. It has begun to do three things that I'm sure are related. The first and scariest is the truck has begun to shut off when driving, leaving me with no power steering or brakes.
Emissions regulations have been on the minds of diesel pickup owners, prospective owners, and professional over-the-road drivers for some time now. It began with the implementation of exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) systems.
I have a Ford E-150 and a Silverado 1500, both with V-8 engines. Both engines idle so smoothly you cannot tell they are running with good no-alcohol gas, and both engines have a rough idle when using E10.
I have a 2008 Ram 1500 with a 3.7-liter V-6 that recommends 5W-20 to the point of putting it on the dipstick. Last week, I bought Castrol Edge and didn't realize I had gotten 5W-30 until I was pouring it in the engine.
I recently purchased a brand-new 2013 Ram 1500 Quad Cab with the Pentastar V-6 and eight-speed transmission. Although I love the new powertrain, fit and finish leaves much to be desired, especially on the body. I have three cloud-like 3-by-5-inch blemishes in the paint under the clear coat.
Every time I put gas in my 2001 Nissan Frontier, some fuel spills out onto the ground. It looks like the fuel is coming from underneath, but it's very hard to see what's going on down there. I don't want to remove the whole tank to find the problem. Any ideas?
I have a 2001 GMC Sierra with the 5.3-liter engine. After I park the truck in the garage and shut it off, I hear a "pop" noise about 10 or 15 minutes later. It's a loud noise and I can hear it inside the house. It sounds like it's coming from the rear.