I'm assuming that your problem is that your ABS and or brake light is on in your Ram 1500? If that's the case you may have a problem with your ABS or your brake system as a whole. Check your brake fluid (being careful not to touch it with your bare hands, brake fluid is toxic), if it's low, get it filled. If the brake fluid isn't the problem, take your Ram to a mechanic and have the brakes inspected. You'll want to do this sooner rather than later as your brakes are obviously a critical component of your vehicle. check the sensor on the rear differential, I had the same problem, it takes about 15 minutes to install
No, they will not clear the brake calipers.
It is on a bracket above the brake pedal. It reads off of the brake pedal.
4x4, yes2wd, no.4x4, yes2wd, no.
you need a new brake pressure differential switch
looking for help on the brake light ground wire location for 1999 gmc suburban 4x4
Is the brake fluid level LOW in the brake master cylinder in the engine compartment ?
I installed a new e.brake shoes on a 2000 Chevy silverado 1500 4x4. Now I don't know how to adjust the cables so the brake works. How or where is the adjustment on the cables? If it's like my 2003 the adjustment is inside the hub. There's an adjustment wheel just like the old fashion star adjustment on drum brakes. I don't know if they are the same though?
under the intake manifold
Doubtful, it probably will not fit over the brake calipers.
No. The automatics are different from 1995-2000, also the 2wd and 4wd have different tail housings.
Listed on the driver's door post.
That would be the shifter cable.