Oil Reset Procedure for Dodge RAM 1500, 2500 and 3500 1994-2019
Simple to follow oil reset procedure for Dodge RAM 1500, 2500 and 3500 for the year 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
Dodge RAM 1500, 2500 and 3500 oil reset procedure for the year 2019 through 2019.
1. Place the ignition in the “ON/RUN” position. If you have a push-button ignition, press the “Engine Start/Stop” button twice without holding the brake. Do not start the engine.
2. Push the accelerator pedal slowly 3 times within a 10 second interval.
Turn the ignition off. If you have a push-button ignition, press the “Engine Start/Stop” button once without holding the brake.
3. When you start the vehicle again, the Oil Life will be reset.
Or you can also try this procedure;
1. Place the ignition in the “ON/RUN” position. If you have a push-button ignition, press the “Engine Start/Stop” button once without holding the brake. Do not start the engine.
2. Using the directional buttons, push the “Down Arrow” to scroll to the “Vehicle Info” option.
3. Press the “Right Arrow” button to toggle to access the “Vehicle Info” options.
4. Use the arrow buttons to scroll to the “Oil Life” option.
5. Press and hold the “Right Arrow” button to access the “Reset” option.
6. Press “Up Arrow” to toggle to “Yes“, then press the “Right Arrow” to proceed with resetting the Oil Life to 100%.
About Dodge RAM
The first-generation Dodge Ram trucks and vans, which were introduced in October 1980, feature a Ram hood ornament that was first used on Dodge vehicles from 1932 to 1954. This ornament is not found on all first-generation trucks and is most commonly seen on four-wheel-drive models. Dodge retained the model designations from the previous generation: D or Ram denotes two-wheel drive, while W or Power Ram denotes four-wheel drive.
Dodge, like Ford, designated a half-ton truck as 150, a three-quarter-ton truck as 250, and a one-ton truck as 350. Standard cab, “club” extended cab, and crew cab configurations were available for the truck models. They were also available in 6.5 ft (2.0 m) and 8 ft (2.4 m) bed lengths, as well as “Utiline” and “Sweptline” styled boxes in addition to standard boxes. The first-generation Rams were essentially facelifted versions of the previous generation Dodge D-Series pickups, which were introduced in 1972. Larger wraparound tail lamps, dual rectangular headlamps, and squared-off body lines debuted on the new model.
Engine options were limited to the 225 slant-6 and the 318 and 360 V8s. The interior was updated with a new bench seat, a completely new dashboard, and an instrument cluster with an optional three-pod design – a speedometer in the center, with two side pods containing an ammeter on top left, a temperature gauge on bottom left, a fuel gauge on top right, and an oil pressure gauge on bottom right.
In the place of the temperature and oil pressure gauges, models without the full gauge package had only indicator lights. Front bumper guards, a sliding rear cab window, air conditioning, cruise control, a tilt steering column, power door locks and windows, an AM/FM stereo with a cassette tape player, styled road wheels, aluminum turbine-style mag wheels, special paint and stripe packages, two-tone paint, and a plow package for four-wheel-drive models were among the Ram options (referred to as the “Sno Commander”).
The Ram pickup (formerly known as the Dodge Ram until 2010) is a full-size pickup truck manufactured by Stellantis North America (formerly Chrysler Group LLC and FCA US LLC) and marketed under the Ram Trucks brand beginning in 2010. In January of that year, the current fifth-generation Ram made its debut at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan.