Does my Ram 1500 have any recalls?
Chrysler (FCA US, LLC) is recalling certain 2021 Ram 1500 pickup trucks. The Trailer Reverse Steering Control Module (TRSCM) may prevent the rearview image from displaying. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard number 111, “Rear Visibility.”
What are the common problems with the Dodge Ram?
Tackling Common Problems on Your Dodge Ram Truck
- Excessive Engine Noise Paired with Poor Acceleration.
- Rear Window Leaking.
- Leaking Coolant Detected Around the Water Pump.
- Engine Won’t Crank or Stalls.
- Trouble Shifting in and out of 4WD and “Service 4WD” Light.
- Excessive Oil Consumption and Engine Knock.
What are the problems with Dodge Ram 1500?
Top Dodge Ram 1500 Problems
- Exhaust Manifold Bolts May Break.
- Water Leak Due to Faulty Rear Window Seal.
- Multiple Coolant Leaks.
- Cam Sensor Failure Causing no Start or Stalling.
- Software Update and Axle Disconnect Actuator Replacement to Correct 4WD Issues.
- Locked up WCM May Cause Engine Cranking Problems.
How do I find out if my truck has a recall?
If your vehicle is listed, call the manufacturer or visit the manufacturer’s website to check the status of the recall on your specific vehicle. This information will be easily obtained by entering your vehicle’s Vehicle Identification Number or VIN into the manufacturer’s database.
Why do Ram trucks catch on fire?
One of the reasons was for the Ram 1500 and 1500 Classic trucks, which were fitted with the 3.0L EcoDiesel engine, and manufactured between 2014 and 2019. There was a problem with its exhaust gas recirculation cooler, or EGR. This component leads to sudden power loss in the engine, which leads to a fire.
What year did Dodge Ram 1500 have transmission problems?
Transmission Problems Transmission problems are extremely common with 2012 RAMs and also dominate the list of the 2014 RAM 1500’s most common issues. Problems in the transmission range from causing slight annoyance to making the truck dangerous to drive.