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Old 07-27-2011, 01:34 PM
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I can't decide on what my number one complaint is, it's a close tie for the headlights and the headrest. So at night I can't see and my head is pushed forward...nice fix "taxpayer". I might try that.

Also tied for third and forth is the transmission and the low front end of the truck.

My 04 Ram seemed like a monster, what happend Dodge, this truck sits the same as everything else out there. People often ask if it's a 4x4.. ughh gotta get a lift kit....
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great tip, taxpayer. now I enjoy my headrests!
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pass side seatbelt!!!!!! dang man such a simple annoying thing
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LOL!! Interesting looking through this. I replaced my headlight bulbs with super bright whites and helped a little. The dim yellow look was disappointing. My passenger seatbelt only makes the rattle in the cold weather. Headrests are odd but don't really notice much. I do wish my 4x4 was higher off the ground but it is what it is. I will say one thing about headlight bulbs... SURE with the engineer could of stepped outside the office and attempted to change a bulb. Ummmm...WOW, you have to do ALL of this JUST to change a bulb. But I still love my truck

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Headrest Issue - pop them out and turn them around, and pray that you dont get rearended
Passenger Belt - teach passeneger to put it back properly, or dont let them in your truck
Headlights - 100watt Hi-beam - 65watt Lo-beam will fix that issue
(or spend the big bucks for HID, but they wont last as long)
MDS Pain - Drop into 5th gear for your local driving
3rd brk light leak - They all will do it eventually, so SILICONE it...!
I swear I tried turning my headrests around and it didn't work...
Agree with the seatbelt issue...
I haven't noticed an issue with my lights
I don't have mds
I didn't want to silicone my light so i bought gasket material at home depot and made a new gasket (about $8 I think and 30 min).
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1.)HAHAHA! Solution to passenger seat belt. Keep a bb pistol handy and shoot each passenger that rolls out of the truck. My best friend has learned just like my dog how to get in and out of a vehicle properly. Every car I've owned he did that in. My GF never does it makes sure she puts it back I noticed her doing it one day and she said she was a polite passenger. You guys got some rudy's ridin with ya.

2.)WTF is all the hating on the head rest. I'm 6'1" and have no problems...just your seat height, if you have that option otherwise just use the vice grip method.

3.) THE HEADLIGHTS! Dear god, who designed those or thought the bulbs were a good idea. Lets take the whole front end apart to change the bulb, but for the fog lamps you and just reach under and swap it real quick? REALLY?

4.) MDS so what I've hearing is put it in 5 for the city? What benefit is there in the that?

5.) The cruise stick is from when they had Benz designers, go look at a Benz and see the same high quality German engineering. Kind of wish the blinker stick was there but some genius decided it was better directly behind the steering wheel support so i have to let go of the steering wheel.

6.) God that chrome trim is irritating thanks for the post on how to fix that.
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LU229: I was going to PM you but decided I'll post the link since someone else might find it beneficial, here is a little write up I did on the 3rd brake light. It's been about a month I think, and several very hard rains, and no leaking. I didn't want to use silicone because I wanted it to be serviceable.

http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread....ght=water+leak

I don't remember why the headrests didn't fit reversed, I'll have to try this again...

I don't mind the cruise stick, most vehicles are like this.

My headlights are the cheaper ones, and I have no fog lights, and no issues with light so far.
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Location of the cruise control, passenger seat belt rattle against the B-post till I fix itand those POS Goodyear Wrangler HP tires
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Let's list the issues I've had:
1. Wire fire
2. 6 failed keys
3. 2 failed driveshafts
4. Complete loss of brakes
5. Severe gas leak

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Yeah, that seat belt thing is a pain.
Whats with the jiggly ride over any bump? The suspension seems unsettled.
The driver side door arm rest is very uncomfortable.
That 2nd 3rd gear crap. Actually makes the tranny shudder sometimes!
And yes, the factory Good Years are CRAP! Especially in the rain...got rid of them in a hurry.

However, this thing goes like a scalded rabbit!!
My only mods are a K&N Cold air intake and 305 mm Yokohama Advids but just love to DRIVE it!!

Oh, can anyone tell me the proper sequence to reset the change oil light?

Thx in advance.
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