It has tons of room and is great for a work van. The vehicle was repaired; however, the failure recurred. It is a wonderful vehicle to take on vacations, long trips, etc. If I were the only one I could understand but I am not. The manufacturer was not notified. The contact stated that the manufacturer exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair. He couldn't find a code on it.
The contact mentioned that failure recurred two other times. While driving at any speed, the vehicle hesitated as if it were low on fuel and then stopped without warning. To me this means their is a problem with Dodge pickups having problems with valve covers, which are plastic. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. Exhibit 2 demonstrates another time that I complained because of the same problem with the vehicle. The vehicle was not diagnosed nor repaired. This page covers the original D series.
Replacing the sensor was allowing normal operation for a short period but it is re-occuring at a faster rate each time. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. A 318 small block powerplant lives under the hood while a 727 Loadflite transmission does the gear changing. Classics on Autotrader is your one-stop shop for the best classic cars, muscle cars, project cars, exotics, hot rods, classic trucks, and old cars for sale. Customer has informed Dodge who states that he should take it to a dealership and have them diagnos it…. The failure mileage was 50,000.
The intake tube accommodates the factory inlet air temperature sensor and crank case vent hose. The vehicle was not taken to the dealer and was not diagnosed or repaired. This is appearing to become an issue with this model. I bought it used low cost of ownership overall great investment. Beginning in 1982, even more corrosion-resistant steel was used in the construction of the trucks. Pulled covers, both heads and found head cast had broke off on passenger side.
The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. See the or visit the. Insurance won't help, no mechanic can explain this to me. Wiring rings out as good. Styling cues, such as the scalloped hood and rounded fenderwells, were similar to the rounded, smooth look of the 1971. Take Highway 5 to the top of Mount Evans. I am not sure if I have any other problems as a result of valve cover blowing out.
In addition, the driveshaft detached completely. There was also a bus version made mainly for army use. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where it was diagnosed that the idle air control valve and the purge solenoid needed to be repaired. The repair shop diagnosed it to be the rear differential pinion nut backing off. The Dodge people say they have never seen or heard of this problem, but the internet is full of accounts of very similar situations. Currently the recognizes 31 trucks with these packages or combinations of them.
I have put 3 on in the last 2 years. Not a big seller, it did generate a lot of buzz. The contact merged the vehicle to the shoulder of the road. I was able to mount a full rolling tool cabinet inside. The service tech are pulling out their hair trying to find the issue. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic to be inspected.
This truck was equipped much like the Li'l Red Express with exhaust stacks, wheels, and gold pinstriping. This bus was a 20-seat bus built on the chassis of the D500 truck using the straight-four engine with front and rear hydraulic doors, as well as the complete D500 front end and dashboard. The coating process is probably the first thing you will ask before buying an aftermarket bumper. In the 70's, and 80's, they were likely the most popular road diesel engine out there. The vehicle was able to restart. Just like all engines of that era, its time has come and gone.