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2005 Sprinter How Do You Turn On The Daytime Running Lights?
Bought an 05 in the States, now I have it in Canada and need the daytime runners working any ideas??
How Many Miles Are The 3.0 Dodge Sprinter Vans Good For
2008 Sprinter No Start
On my 2008 Sprinter it will only start with starting fluid. After it starts it idles great. Any suggestions on the problem. Thank you
I Have A 2007 Sprinter Van That Has 167,000 Miles... Noise In Front End!
I have a 2007 Sprinter Van that has 167,000 miles on it. It has developed a thud, knock, or whatever were calling and abnormal noise these days, on the drivers side front. I had my local tech check ...
2005 Dodge 2500 Van Dash Light Problem
Just started having problem with dash light not staying on after you start the truck have replaced light switch and dimmer switch on dash with no fix of the problem
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Dodge Sprinter Cargo Overview
The Dodge Sprinter Cargo van began life as a Mercedes-Benz van in Europe in 1995, but came to the U.S. in 2003 as part of the merger between Chrysler and Daimler. Like its passenger-van counterpart, the Sprinter Cargo retains Mercedes-Benz engineering and a European look, setting it apart from blander workhorses from Ford and GM. Also setting it apart is its higher pricetag. It's used mainly for commercial purposes.
Available in 2500 and 3500 models, the Sprinter Cargo boasts best-in-class features, such as step-in height, side and rear door access, and interior space. With a choice of three roof heights, the Sprinter Cargo is the only U.S. van that allows people to stand upright inside. A refresh in 2007 streamlined its profile and added more options in length and height, increasing its overall utilitarian versatility. Standard features and safety equipment are impressive, and a long list of options remind you that behind the Dodge label is a Mercedes-Benz personality.
The Sprinter Cargo has yet to make a dent in the sales of Ford and GM, perhaps due to its high price and lack of a powerful engine. Currently it offers both a gasoline and turbodiesel V6, but the absence of a V8 option is noticeable. However, for those needing top-notch cargo space, versatility, and a more refined driving experience than you'll get in most commercial vans, the Dodge Sprinter Cargo stands out from the rest.