Common issues with Dodge Ram 3500 pickup trucks include issues with the heater and air conditioning system, transmission troubles, issues with the suspension, and problems with the fuel system. Similar issues occur with Dodge Ram 3500 pickup trucks manufactured from 1996 through 2011.
The most common issue with the heating and air conditioning system on the Dodge Ram 3500 is a failure of the blower motor, causing a failure of the system. Owners note issues with both manual and automatic transmissions on Dodge Ram 3500 trucks, including complete transmission failure. The fuel system is prone to clogged injectors, dramatically impacting vehicle performance and efficiency.