Well, I wasn't working in the office so I don't know what the exact details of the dealing with them were. Sounds like you've had your fair share of trans drama, I don't envy you that's for sure. The body is in great condition with excellent fit of the panels, doors, and bed. Actually, I wish there would have been more time to shop around. I think if you got a good one, you got a good one. I really think we had problems with another one in another car too, but I can't remember for sure. This is the third time in 2 years that I have had to rebuild the transmission.
I haven't been able to properly use the quad doors for years as the drivers side bottom won't latch and the passenger side bottom won't release. I know this, I've been running it now for forty some thousand mi. Finding a reputable, competent local builder is what I'd recommend. You can also see that the seat covers are also excellent and that the front driver seat is Power and is working. Maybe i should have the damn thing melted down. You can also see that the seat covers are also excellent and that the front driver seat is Power and is working.
I've always wanted a ram. However, I still had to buy new fluid as I had to drain the old before dropping the pain to adjust the band. We didn't install many and the couple we did seemed to have some issues. It did fix it, and It worked perfectly for the rest of the life of the transmission. We make your purchase easy with convenient Same Day Store Pickup when you. Went down the road but never shifted out of first. I would probably give them a shot just to see if they had a more performance oriented product.
With An All Plastic Transducer Inside Pan on The Passenger Side. To make this story much shorter, since that first replacement, the transmission has been replaced another 2 times, and been worked on twice that it was not replaced. After about 7k miles the reverse went out. My Dodge was good to me until now. I will let you know what they say when I find out. I've heard some good things, but at the same time I used to work at a shop that sold and installed Japser engines and transmissions. Still researching someone good in the Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Dallas, Little Rock area.
That being said, that's the only experience I've had with them and it's not much experience. I decided to google and found this forum. Sounds like you've had your fair share of trans drama, I don't envy you that's for sure. I don't think I'd buy another one off of the internet as if you do have a problem even if they are willing to work with you, it's just too much of a hassle. But now that I've got a premium tranny, it hauls and races better than new. My local mechanic toured the facility and said it was immaculate.
Looks like my truck made it further than most of the other Dodge Rams being cited in this forum: nearly 215,000 miles, in fact. For me, it's been a decent investment so far. There is a prevailing attitude that after 150K miles you are lucky your American made car is still on the road. Not sure what the damage will be because the diagnostics indicate an internal repair is necessary nothing simple like a sensor unfortunately. After installing it, I fell in love. I called Wayne again, and he told me he thought it was the governor pressure sensor and that he'd get one out to me.
Apparently something had stopped up an oil line causing 2 main bearings to spin and mess up the block. I mean, did they stand behind their product and honor the warranty? In the past I have bought Mazdas and Toyotas on which I routinely got over 200K miles without doing more than changing the oil and fluids per the owners manual. As you can see all of the door panels along with the carpet and headliner are in great condition. Always did scrupulous maintenance on the entire vehicle which otherwise runs perfectly. I called Wayne back and he said he thought if that didn't fix it that maybe it as the torque converter and even though it was out of warranty he'd work with me and see if he couldn't give me a discount on fixing. When it did move, it would jerk when you got on the gas and stall out. Anyway, I know that we had another transmission about a week later.
I think I swatted at a mosquito and made that huge hole over the radio, lol. Bought it used in 2006 with a lot less miles on it. . A couple of months later it started making a clunk when shifting, then locked up. Choose Your Option Automatic Transmission 4x2 6 Cyl, 239 cid 3.