They realy don't get as good fuel economy as older cummins, 13-16 mpg is about normal for a stock truck. If the truck has a low gear ratio that would make it worse than normal, If you keep it under 2000 rpm on the hwy it will probaby get close to 20 mpg but you will be going about 60 mph. A preformance egaust and a cold air intake should give you 2-3 mpg. Some times a chip will help out depending on your driving style, Bully Dog has a try before you buy program so you can see the difference in the truck before shelling out $500 for a chip.
A 2004 Dodge Ram with the 5.9L Cummin's does not have EGR.
With a load (3500 lb camper), I get 14-17 MPG, with no load I get 19-21 mpg. 2001 Dodge Ram 2500, HO diesel, Manual Transmission
500 miles if it not a diesel
It is an American Axle 10.5 inch
12 quarts 15w40
you will need to swap the output shaft and tail housing from the old 4x4 transmission to the 2wd tranny which requires complete disassemble and then reassemble of the transmission
is the ecm on a dodge 2001, 2500 diesel hard to replace??
Red, 5 year, Hoat type.
Inside the ECM, lower driver side if the block.
10-20, it depends on load and driving style.
One. Located near the back of the engine on the drivers side.
Red, 5 year, HOAT type
The automatic is a 48 RE. The manual is a NV5600.
12 quarts for the 2004 common rail diesel. i use delo 400 in mine (2004 dodge 2500 diesel quad cab short bed, converted to run on straight veggie oil) and highly suggest you do the same. it will greatly increase the quality and quantity of the life of your truck.
A 1995 2500 could have a 5.9L V8, a 8.0L V10, or the 5.9L Cummins diesel.
5.7L holds 7 quarts Diesel holds 12 quarts
With a scan toolWith a scan tool
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There is no such thing as a Dodge diesel V-10, so the answer is yes. There are alot of problems associated with it.