2003 – 2004 Dodge Ram: Overview The 2003 Dodge Ram was the 3rd generation of the 2500/3500 models. Changes to the truck included smoother body lines, a larger grille, increased towing capacity and improvements to passenger comfort. The most significant Read more…
There are plenty of reasons to find a good diesel mechanic. They can save you money and keep your diesel vehicle running. However, it can be hard to find the right one if you are not knowledgeable in the automotive industry. Here are a few tips to help you find the diesel mechanic that’s right for you.
Your transmission is shot, which means that you have a big decision to make: rebuild it or replace it. This isn’t the easiest decision to make, so we have a list of things for you to look at. You can make an educated decision about your transmission to get your truck back on the road.
Our tuning partner, 3K Calibrations, has a ton of tuning options for EGR problems. If you run into a problem and you can’t find a solution give them a call and they’ll help you find the info you need.
Keep your diesel running smoothly over the summer and save money. From brakes to custom tuning, engine rebuilds and electrical diagnostics and pretty much everything else diesel we are ASE certified diesel specialists.
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Are A/C issues expensive to fix?
Probably not. Most A/C issues are fixed quickly with a refrigerant recharge but some involve more time-consuming repair or replacement work.
The average cost for an AC recharge is between $123 and $300.
The average cost for more in-depth repair and replacements is $488 but can raise to over $3,000 for more extensive issues.
If you’re thinking about getting an ECM tune on your vehicle, our #1 piece of advice is this: do your research. There are a million home tuners out there that will throw any old tune into your vehicle without checking engine modifications or specifications and output an injector flow rate or incorrect timing code that ruins your fuel economy or wrecks your rig entirely.