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Old 05-30-2009, 08:24 AM
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Default How to check your Dodge Ram for a Recall

Follow this link My Dodge: Official Dodge Owners website - Warranty, Vehicle Specs, Service Contracts, Financing, Dealers and on the left side is a place for you to input your last 8 digits of your VIN to check for Recalls for your Particular Dodge Ram.
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Excellent information and Site! Thank you!
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yes appreciate the link...
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My pleasure, this is why I built the site.....to share.
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First post - Newbie here! I just picked up an 07 3500 dually 4x4 with 11,000 miles! I've had the 5.9 12v 5-spd for the last 12 years and loved it and now I have to sell it.

Appreciate the link and I see I have the two recent recalls that need to be performed; steering linkage and dash shield.

I can't wait to read more on how to make sure she continues to purr like a tiger!

Does anyone use fuel treatments? I used stanadyne in my 12v for the last 10 years since the fuel pump was manual - never any problems in 165k miles.


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