What transmission do I have in my 2001 Dodge Cummins?

Answer The 2001 Dodge Rams equipped with the Cummins diesel engine were available with either a manual or an automatic transmission. The manual transmission was the NV4500 HD five-speed. The automatic tra... Read More »

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Will a Banks twin intake system fit my 2001 Dodge Cummins?

No, the twin-ram intake only fits Cummins engines up to 1998. Althought the Cummins engine has changed little since it was introduced (aside from some minor updates to the cylinder head), the 2001 ... Read More »

How to Locate the Water Pump in the 2001 Dodge Cummins Engine Compartment?

The water pump in your 2001 Dodge resembles a small metal fan. With the engine running, the water pump actively circulates the coolant throughout the cooling system. Damage other than natural wear ... Read More »

Which transmission fluid does a Dodge Ram 2001 use?

The type of transmission fluid for the 2001 Dodge Ram depends on the type of transmission and engine. The NV3500 takes Mopar 4761525, the NV4500takes Mopar 04874459 or Castrol Syntorque, the NV4500... Read More »

How to Check the Transmission on a 2001 Dodge Neon?

Checking the transmission in a 2001 Dodge Neon requires checking the fluid in the transmission. The transmission fluid is required to help build pressure in the transmission to assist in changing g... Read More »