There are brochures on ramtrucks.com (bottom of page under RESEARCH). The brochure for 2014 Rams does not say much but at least has a table showing which options go with which models. The 2013 brochure has much more info most of which is true for 2014. I've heard that dealers do not get printed versions because of cost cutting.Thanks for that! That is nice to see. There is not much of a 2014 brochure out yet so the manuals give us something.
That's all Ram provides. Their website is a work in progress and most popular info should find its way there eventually. In the meantime there are review and consumer sites that try to cover the details with varying degrees of success. It would be great if this forum had a section that organized all the latest specs and options so we could make sense of it all--not an easy task with a moving target! Even the people who should know stuff may not; when I was asking a Ram rep questions, he tried to answer a couple of them from an iPad through his corporate links but came up empty.yes, I've got those but they sure don't tell much
My 2.8l takes 6.4 quarts. I put an oversized filter on it, and it brings it up to 7 quarts. My old 7.3 IDI took 11 quarts. For a motor less than 1/2 the size of my 7.3, that is enough for me.8 Quarts for a Diesel?? I realize it's only 3L but that seems like not enough. I would defiantly put an Am soil bypass filtration system on it. Or any vehicle you drive a lot for that matter.
Other thing I don't like is if you use anything over B5 your service intervals get cut by 20%
Thanks! I'll probably know more than the dealer when my truck arrives!I am currently reading through the 1500 Diesel Supplement to the owners manual.
My Ram Trucks: Ram Owners Service Manuals - Ram Cars, Minivans, SUVs
Yeah. We've discussed that once or twice.Just a thought
Anyone reading the owners manual notice that the engine redline per the manual is 3200 rpm?
The tachometer redline on the instrument cluster shows the redline at 4300 rpm
Hopeeveryone reads the manual