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5 Simple Tips To Help You Maintain Your Ram 2500/3500 Heavy Duty Pickup!

Might Sound Silly, But Don't Forget These Simple Tips...

Driving a brand-new pickup truck is one of the most rewarding experiences you can experience. Exploiting it power of its horsepower, no matter how rough the road or how heavy the load, is something you’d like to enjoy forever. To achieve this, you need to know the essentials of truck maintenance, and here are some tips.

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Turning a pickup truck into your ally to strengthen your business or for great recreational adventures in the company of your friends and family is a decision you will not regret. However, in order for you to get the most out of it, you need to give it basic care such as checking the level of the fluids, the condition of the battery, or the alignment of the tires.

1.) Give The Owner’s Manual A Read: This booklet, which is now digital and can be downloaded to an electronic device for greater convenience, contains all the information you need to know about the maintenance of your truck: Service periods, fluid characteristics, the parts you should use, among many others such as important data.

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2.) Check The Levels Of Your Pickup: Engine, transmission, and power steering fluid (if equipped), as well as antifreeze, and brake fluid are essential for the proper functioning of your truck, especially if you use it for cargo or heavy work. Check them periodically and refill the fluids that are necessary according to the manufacturer’s recommendation.

3.) Check Tire Alignment And Balance: This point becomes more important if it is a work truck since driving on irregular surfaces or the use of trailers causes more wear.

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4.) Take Care Of The Battery Condition: Since it has a certain life, this component should be checked from time to time, making sure the terminals are clean. Try to remove dirt and corrosion with a special brush.

5.) Keep All The Lights Working: Whether for work or recreational rides, driving on difficult roads with low visibility requires good lighting. Check that all lights work properly and add replacement bulbs in a toolbox or glove box.

With these tips, you can keep your pickup in tip-top shape. 

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