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  1. View Advert 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 24v Selling 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 with 24 valve Cummins. It has 183k miles. Body in good condition, see pictures. Rocker on 1 side has rust issue rest of cab is solid. Transmission has issues. It starts in 2nd gear. Motor has 100hp injectors that are less than 1 year old, Thoroughbred Diesel VP44, Airdog 2 4G 165 lift pump with sump. Runs good. It was my daily driver until transmission issue. Has NY salvage title. Have video of it running I can send. Asking $4,000 OBO. Advertiser Collinst15 Date 03/07/2020 Price $4,000.00 Category Vehicles  
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    Selling 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 with 24 valve Cummins. It has 183k miles. Body in good condition, see pictures. Rocker on 1 side has rust issue rest of cab is solid. Transmission has issues. It starts in 2nd gear. Motor has 100hp injectors that are less than 1 year old, Thoroughbred Diesel VP44, Airdog 2 4G 165 lift pump with sump. Runs good. It was my daily driver until transmission issue. Has NY salvage title. Have video of it running I can send. Asking $4,000 OBO.

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    North Norwich, New York - US

  3. Good day everyone, I have decided to sell the 2nd gen. It has more issues than the trans and I do not want to dump any more funds into the truck. I am in the process to putting it back to stock and will list it in the coming week. I'll get back into the diesel game in a few years once kidos are out of bulky car seats. Thanks, Tim
  4. Evan, Trust me I love my 1999, but with 3 kids under 4 who are still in bulky car seats it gets tight in the cab with a family of 5. It is not a confirmed decision to sell it. I may hang on to it and slowly save the funds to rebuild/replace transmission and possibly rebuild the 24v or swap a 12v or common rail in it (I have a source for both engines). I have a place to store truck to work on it if I choose to keep it. Tim
  5. Good evening everyone, After some thought on the transmission issue. I have decided to step away from the diesel game and sell my 1999. I really do not have a need for a diesel at this time in life. I am sure I will return to the Cummins platform once funds allow to keep up with the maintenance and repairs that come with diesel truck ownership. I will still be an active member of the forum as much as I can as this is an awesome resource for the Cummins platform. Thanks, Tim
  6. It is lazy. I can manually down shift to 2nd and then to drive and it when shift into 3rd but no 1st at all. When in drive it will shift from 2-3 like normal but then slide into o/d. I feel like it may be a bigger issue than linkage. Maybe time to upgrade to a bigger truck that fits family of 5 better. Tim
  7. I dont know if it is slipping, I've never experienced transmission slip before. You have to get truck to 2k rpm before it will start moving. All I did this past weekend was replace the 2 sensors, changed the 3-4 accumulator spring adjust bands per manual and filter change. I am at the point where am not sure it's worth to sink anymore money in truck. Tim
  8. Hello all, This year is not a good year for my 24v. I have been having some issues with the 47re in the truck. It would sometimes seem like it would skip 1st gear so this past weekend I changed out the Gov sensor and transducer, but now I have no 1st gear even if shifted manually. I adjusted both bands to spec and trans seems to just glide into other gears. The atf was dark and had dark sludge on the magnet, but nothing excessive. Have the clutches burnt out? I'm at the point I may trade it in on a 2008 Ram 2500 with 6.7 and g56.. What do you guys think? Tim
  9. Yeah sounds the same. I have not been able to work on truck yet. Life got in the way. Hopefully this weekend.
  10. I have only around 6300 miles on injectors, but they could of been bad from the beginning. I am going to crack the lines in the next couple days and see if noise goes away.
  11. Thanks Ill give it a try hopefully tomorrow or monday evening. I have my old injectors, I may send them out to DAP and get rebuilt as a back up set. Tim
  12. Good afternoon everyone, Got a few questions. Last year April 2019 I installed DAP 100hp injectors and noticed what I thought maybe an odd low knocking noise at idle. My truck is the only cummins diesel I've owned and I'm no pro at knowing diesels. As the year went on the sound seems to have gotten more noticeable. Below are two videos. Do you guys think it's an injector knock or something worse? Engine load per Quadzilla is around 10% at idle with rpms around 800. Fuel pressure is steady at 15-16psi. Let me know your thoughts. Thanks, Tim
  13. Mine definitely was because of this it is now a slightly noticeable shutter. Just hate that trans started to act up. Always something Tim
  14. When my truck bucked it would want to shake truck apart. Spilled many coffees due to it. Since I added fuel down low it is slightly noticeable now. Although trans does not like wot pulls. I noticed it doesnt always start in 1st. I will be ordering updated sensors after Christmas. Hopefully dont need a trans rebuild bc truck would be put on back burner for while as funds wont allow a trans rebuild at moment. Tim
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