On the fuel injected engines, the computer acts as a governor. The transmissions up till the 1996 also had a mechanical shift timing governor.
It is fuel injected, no carburetor.
It will bolt up, but the internal sensors are wired differently. So it will not shift.
approx 50 psi
It is fuel injected and there are no adjustments.
The 1996 has 12 valves, they did not start putting the 24 valves in the pickup until 1998.5. Hope this helps.
no the 96 steering wheel is different
Voltage regulator in the alternator is malfunctioning
Top of the rear axle.
try oxgen sensor,or pickup modual
A 1996 Dodge Ram pickup truck vacuum hose listing and diagram can be obtained from most Dodge dealerships. Many auto-parts stores will have the diagram.
incorparated in the pcm
A Dodge 2500 has 8 per wheel.
no, it wouldn't be worth the effert. The auto requires an oil cooler different linkage, and a different engine computer than the manual uses.
The 1996 dodge pickup doors fit from 1995 to 2001 ish The pick up doors are pretty much the same except for trim.
You have to remove the fuel tank or truck bed to access it.
built into the fuel pump module (not srvicable)
ATF + 4 type, then you choose the brand.
175 hp in the auto or 215 hp in the stick.
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem and have codes cleared
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