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Ram 3500 Repair and Maintenance Costs

A guide to repairs, service, and maintenance costs for your Ram 3500

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The national average repair and maintenance cost for a Ram 3500 is between $1119 and $1368 per year. Repair and maintenance costs vary depending on age, mileage, location and service provider.

Ram Repair Estimates
Car
Service
Price
2012 Ram 3500 Service Detail: 2WD, Rear, One
ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Replacement
$191 - $219
2012 Ram 3500 Service Detail: 2WD, One Side
Wheel Bearing Replacement - Front
$386 - $443
2011 Ram 3500 Service Detail: 4WD, One Side
Ball Joint Replacement - Upper
$215 - $270
2012 Ram 3500 Location: Front
Brake Pad Replacement
$243 - $283
2011 Ram 3500 Service Detail: 4WD, One Side
Ball Joint Replacement - Lower
$195 - $238

Ram 3500 Questions

Slipping gears (1 answer)

Transmission is acting wear and only stay in 4th gear at 30-35mph don't change to other gears or seep up, not even if I do it manually any suggestions.

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Ram 3500 Recalls

Alternator Fails And Engine Stalls Without Warning

The alternator may fail suddenly while driving, causing the vehicle to stall, and possibly causing the alternator to catch fire. Dealers will replace the alternator with a revised one free of charge to resolve the concern.

Front Steering Bracket Separates From The Frame

The front track bar frame bracket welds may fail, resulting in the track bar separating from the frame. Dealers will weld on a new track bar frame bracket or replace the frame of the vehicle free of charge to resolve the concern.

Transfer Case Shaft Fractures

A transfer case output shaft may fracture because it was manufactured improperly. Dealers will replace the transfer case free of charge to resolve the concern.

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Ram 3500 Reviews

We recently traded our F350 for a dogde ram 3500. Big mistake!!!...It is roughly a year old and has never been down a dirt road not to mention we live in a residential area with no dirt! Just took the truck in because the A/C wasnt working and thought it would get fixed due to the fact that we have done all of the scheduled maintenance! The chrysler/dodge dealership that we took it to told u...
2011 ram 3500, first 800 miles on the way home from the dealer. stopped for the night and in the morning crank no fire. 3 weeks later still cant start it and no one can give me any answer. Not happy, first Ram no support and no suggestions. Should have kept my F250!!!

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