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I have a 2011 Ram 2500 Power Wagon (5.7 Hemi). The truck shifts into all gears fine except reverse. Completely came out of nowhere. To get into revers, I must hit the gas a little and it will grind into the reverse gear and stay there until I shift into another gear. Also I have noticed that when shifting into drive, there is a very slight grinding sound (not loud at all) before it pops into gear. I've heard a lot about linkage (best case scenario). Any ideas of what to look for?
My driver side fog light is out but my passenger side comes on normally. I've changed both bulbs and still the same problem. I've checked and there is power to both lights but just my driver side will not turn on. I've cleaned the connections and still nothing. What else would you recommend I do?
Trying to find the acport to recharge ac
Driving heard a ding an envelope showed up that said performance system. Wondering how serious of a problem this is
Yesterday It was in limp mode and would only work in 4th gear I replaced the solenoid pack/ block from my understanding it was in a limp mode and that was the fix. Replaced filled with fluid. It now thinks its in reverse. Needed to be, put in 4x4 low to get up on the stands before the removal. So now that will not change, it needs to be in neutral. And it will not start because it thinks it's in reverse.
can i drive it to the dealer that is 40 mile away with out hurting anything 2013 1500 ram truck
Starting out transmission doesn't shift out sometimes
I have the axle and the tools but don't know the procedure of taking out the old and replacing the new
Trans fluid is low, but curious if there could be another problem adding to that. Engine is a 6.7L Cummings turbo diesel.

What seems to make the problem better or worse? nothing
How long have you had this problem? few days
Both power outlets aren't working, checked the fuses and they're good. What can be the problem?
Flowmaster super 10 mufflers behind the tips would that act the same as having 1 super 10 muffler that connects the two pipes together? I'm trying to get my exhaust loud as possible with just replacing the muffler, so 2 super 10s near the dual tips? Or one super 10 in the middle of the pipe connecting the two exit pipes together?
Totally Integrated Power Module, controls the a/c windows, air bags...
Need to start and stop engine a couple of times before it will shift to drive.
The last two times I've filled up my truck it want take gas at a fast rate only really slow what's going on
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