Dodge Ram 1500 Clutch and Transmission Removal

With the economy the way it is, more people have resorted to trying to do their own repairs and maintenance. This is the step by step procedure for manual transmission removal on a full size Dodge Ram 1500 pickup 4 x 2, 3.7L V6. Flywheel, clutch, and trans re-installation coming soon. I hope this helps. I graduated from Wyotech in 1995 and I'm an ASE Master Tech with advanced engine performance certification, light duty diesel cert, and I'm a certified service consultant. If you have any automotive related questions, ask in the comments or send me a message. I plan to upload more automotive how to videos, some racing videos, more firearms videos, and some pranks related to all of the above. Thanks for watching. Please rate and subscribe.

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