What kind of transmission does my 1997 Dodge truck have?

Answer The V-8 1997 Dodge Dakota pickup uses either the AS-82 or NV3500 manual transmission, while the V-6 engine uses either the 42RE or 44RE four-speed automatic transmission. The 1997 Dodge Ram 1500 pi... Read More »

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How to Replace a Mirror in a 1997 Dodge Truck?

The mirrors in your 1997 Dodge truck are important in safely driving your truck on the road. If any of them become damaged, replace them with a fully working mirror as soon as possible. You can pic... Read More »

How Do I Change Transmission Lines in a 1997 Dodge?

Vehicles produced by Dodge in 1997 use two transmission lines to transport fluid from the transmission to the radiator. These lines are coolant lines that serve to decrease the temperature of the t... Read More »

How to Flush the Transmission Cooler on a 1997 Dodge Ram?

A transmission cooler on a 1997 Dodge Ram removes excess heat from the transmission fluid caused by the friction inside the transmission. The cooler mounts to the front cross member, just below the... Read More »

How do I Change the Transmission Fluid on a 1997 Nissan Pickup Truck?

According to Nissan, the transmission fluid in its 1997 pickup trucks should be changed every two years or 30,000 miles. By performing this regular maintenance, you will keep your Nissan pickup run... Read More »