Dodge Ram Pickup 1500 Model Overview
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Dodge Ram Pickup 1500 Questions
Can You Replace Factory 17 Inch Rims With 16s? 4 Wheel Drive With 4 Wheel D...
wondering if i can put aftermarket 16in rims on to replace the factory 17s. bigger tire smaller rim shouldnt affect speedometer much? not sure if there will be proper clearance between rim and disc br...
Can I Put The Engine From A 97 Doge 1500 In A 2003 Dodge 1500
Can You Electronically Reset Factory Defaults On A 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 With...
Will A 5.7 Hemi Tranny Work With A 5.9 Magnum
just wondering if a 5.7 hemi transmission wrok with a 5.9 magnum engine? if so does it matter if its 2x4 or 4x4?
I was wondering if anyone other than me absolutely hates the MDS system in their Hemi engines. Does anyone know how to disable it without having to by a Diablo Predator tuner? I know you can cut and c...
About the Dodge Ram Pickup 1500
The Dodge Ram Pickup 1500 half-ton truck is a machine built for work. Two engines were available in the 1994 Dodge Ram 1500: a 3.9-liter V6 in the 2WD model, or a 5.2-liter V8 in the 4WD. The V6 has 175 hp of pulling power, while the V8 has an impressive 200 hp. All trims are available with a 6.5-foot or 8-foot bed, depending on your personal work needs. The half-ton pickup easily stands up to this rating.
Comfort wise, the 1994 Dodge Ram 1500 has a number of options available, depending on the package you want. Options include air conditioning, tilt steering, cruise control, a tachometer, and a cassette player. For driving ease, a 4-speed automatic transmission is available in all trims of the Dodge Ram half-ton, although a 5-speed manual comes standard. Gas mileage isn't great, especially with the V8, but that's to be expected from a heavy-duty truck.
Owners of the 1994 Dodge Ram 1500 were generally happy with the truck, though there were a few problems that seemed to come up a few times. Transmissions and water pumps needing replacement too early were the main complaints, though a number of people commented on the poor factory paint job that came with the Ram 1500. But over and over, people were happy with the overall performance of the 1994 Dodge Ram, which seems to be a true workhorse.