How to Identify a Dodge D250 Rear Differential?

Answer For the Dodge D250, the Chrysler Corporation used both Chrysler-manufactured differentials and those manufactured by Dana/Spicer. Since the D-Series was Dodge's premier truck line from 1961 to 1980... Read More »

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How to Identify a Dodge D250 Rear End?

The D250, Dodge's long-running three-quarter ton pickup truck, was manufactured in various configurations from 1961 to 1980, when it was replaced by the Dodge Ram. The D250 was offered with a varie... Read More »

How to Identify the Differential on a Dodge A100?

The Dodge A-series utility van and pickup debuted in 1964. It was manufactured until 1970, when the last A-series was produced. Gaining fame as the inspiration for the "Mystery Machine" on the Scoo... Read More »

How to Quiet the Rear Differential in a Dodge Truck?

A certain amount of differential noise has always been associated with Dodge trucks. The 1950's era Dodge Power Wagon could be heard a block away. In the 1970s and 1980s the four-wheel Ram had a di... Read More »

How to Remove Gear Oil From a Dodge Rear Differential?

Gear oil lubricates and reduces heat in the differential of your vehicle. Dodge vehicles use differential oil to lubricate the gear ring and pinion inside the axle housing. The differential allows ... Read More »