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  1. thabiiighomie

    Maintenance Schedule for 2019 RAM 1500 BigHorn: Discrepancies between what the manual says and the intervals between service provided by the dealer.

    Coming up on 5 years of ownership at just 37,000 miles. Looking for what to do at 45k miles, since l like to do everything early. I've replaced the cabin and engine air filters 3 times up to this point. I've only had one appointment that included anything more than a full synthetic oil change...
  2. D

    - HELP - Dashboard Airbag Removal

    I purchased a 2019 Ram 2500 Laramie from the auction recently and finally got to fixing things. One of the issues I am currently running into is the reparation of the Passenger Dash Air Bag - How do I go about accessing it? Also, because that airbag went off, I have a large hole in my...
  3. thabiiighomie

    Hit a raccoon on the highway. Multiple parts broken. What are they?

    Any information helps. Need to take it to shop Tuesday morning. Naturally, this happened on this truck’s first long trip away from home. 310 miles north of Cincinnati (home). I intend on driving it back after the holiday weekend. Still operates normally, aside from a clanking of the plastic on...
  4. klail

    Repairs Under Warranty

    This is kind of a bummer but thought I would put it out there just in case someone else runs into this. By no means is this a truck bashing post. I love my truck and everything about it. Would I buy it again? In a heartbeat. I knew prior to buying it that, like any first edition, there was a...
  5. Neurobit

    Dealer Service - Share your Experience!

    I've been noticing many folks here being hesitant to take their trucks for service (even under warranty), which got me thinking... It would be great to have a list of the good dealers, and also a list of bad ones, so we can avoid them. I myself was apprehensive when my truck needed a few things...