Thread: 2004 3.7 issues
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Old 11-08-2012, 05:03 PM
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I'm a bit confused here. The 3.7 doesn't have plug wires but it was the only V-6 available in 2004 for the Ram. By your description of the symptoms, I would do a back pressure test to check for a clogged converter. Sensors and solenoids in the trans are serviceable but you'll need to get these parts from a dealer.
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