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Hello everybody! Good day to you and welcome back! Glad you guys are here! We are returning to episode 2 of this 2004 Doge Ramicus 2500. It's got the 59 Cumings automatic transmission and it's four-wheel drive. Uh, yesterday in the first uh, part one, uh video of this particular truck, we uh, we pulled the transmission pan down for inspection of the solenoid pack down below. What I had found was the uh, the primary solenoid that runs this transmission which is this unit right here.

It had a trouble code uh stored in the ECM and the transmission did not want to shift into second, third, or fourth gear so it was only stuck in a gear position one. It also had reverse gear, but that, uh, well, that was inconsequential at the time. The fluid in the pan looked relatively decent. I Know it looks a little dark from uh from this camera point of view, but it wasn't looking horrible.

a a little bit dark. Anyway, we had diagnosed it as having a failed actuator selenoid. Where's that old solenoid at? It's run somewhere That's not it. That's one for a Nissan or a Toyota Ah, silly rabbit.

I left it in the uh the bottom of the transmission here. So this is the Selenoid that I had found. uh was faulty. We were able to actuate this unit uh with some power and ground to the connector and we discovered that electronically this solenoid was functioning, but the valve inside was not opening or closing.

Now, the issue that we were having is when I had called Uh, the dealership, they had told us that uh, 4,000 of these things were on back order. Now that was kind of, uh, disturbing to me. So I went to the aftermarket uh to find a replacement unit and the aftermarket had plenty of these things on the Shelf Uh. The problem with that was is none of them fit.

They were all much too small and did not fit inside of the bore and the diameter of the unit was also different. So after having ordered uh, three different Governor solenoids uh for this particular Ram transmission, we called the customer told him the bad news and suggested maybe we'd have to, uh, replace this thing with a a salvage yard unit. uh to which my customer replied that won't be necessary because I have the original manifold and the original solenoid because this one that was installed in the truck was actually an upgrade. You see the larger size to it? this one there.

that's the original one. So what we were ordering from the part stores was actually this unit here and not this unit right here. So this came from some some other aftermarket source which came with that solenoid and it also ended up coming with this manifold block assembly right right here. See that thing.

So what I'm going to have to do next is pull this entire assembly off of there, remove that uh pressure sensor right there Swap all that stuff back over to this manifold and then assemble this manifold. Uh, onto the vehicle. So that's what I'm going to do today. We're going to head back underneath this.
Ram 2500 I'm going to dig out the rest of the manifold block that goes with this solenoid right here, and we're going to swap it out with the factory original unit, get this guy bolted back in, and then we're going to see if this vehicle is going to move under its own power and shift or not. So stay tuned because this is going to be a very good Ram 2500 Video uping the hood. Look who that guy is. All right back down below.

So I'm going to go ahead and pull this entire manifold assembly off. Now, over here. on the other side of it, there is a pressure sensor connector. So I need to get that guy disconnected.

That's our sensor connector and it looks like we're down to one, two, three more. Fasteners I Think those are of a 12 mm variety. Let's get these guys cracked loose and then we'll pull this uh manifold business down and remove it. We'll check it out, compare it against, uh, the one that actually goes in it, cuz this is an aftermarket oversized unit.

Then we'll make the Swap and put it back together. Pull these Fasteners down here. All the lights are on here. All the lights are on Goly! Oh uh.

You pull the uh, grab the scan tool and pull the codes up. It'll turn on the squiggly line and the ABS light if there's a check engine light that comes on. Oh okay, yeah, there's not. There's not 10 things wrong.

it's a Toyota It sends off all the lights every time. Anyways, we've got our manifold right here. Let's head back to the bench area and we'll compare this unit with the uh, the original one that came off the vehicle. All right.

So it's got 10 codes, 10 codes. Something's unplugged there buddy. Yeah, if it's got 10 codes in it, what's it say? Yeah, Clear them, clear, clear them all out and do a restart. see what it does, cuz we had all that stuff disconnected and then the key got turned on and so it would have given you open circuit codes for everything that was disconnected.

Let's do that. Anyways, back over here this unit. We've got what appears to be a similar design, so what we need to do is pull out this pressure sensor, reinsert it into this bar right here, put the clamp back on, and then we'll insert this entire manifold, reinstall that whole manifold back to the transmission. I Think that's going to be the uh, the play here.

Let's go ahead and pull our little screw out for that little plate. Unclick this unit. There we go. Pull this guy right on out.

I Hope there are no missing Fasteners or pieces for this. uh, this assembly right here. See that There we pull that guy out. Then we can pull out our pressure sensor and then that's going to go there.

We are into that unit right here. Plug that in then. oh this is weird. Oh I just dropped my nut.

Screw bolt bolt screw nut. whatever I dropped it I see it I don't know how this goes together. Perhaps I need to pull the solenoid out I meant to drop that. Yeah, we'll pull the solenoid out.
So here's what I'll do. I've recovered it. It went under the toolbox and dog hair. So what? I'll do.

We'll slip that on and over and then slip it into place like that. and then it's not right either. How does this thing go together? I'm I know comend what's happening here. Let's put the solenoid in.

No, there's some kind of, uh, witchcraft treachery here that enables this to go together. It's like a big old Catch 22 and I'm uh I don't know how it works. how did we do this? Doge Okay, that doesn't work that way. so this has to stay there.

Maybe I just pressed real hard bear with me folks. this is getting kind of ugly and cringey I know, but I don't I just don't see how this uh, this goes I'm doing something very wrong. Help: I don't know what to do. Shapes and colors right.

It doesn't work I think I figured It out. So what I've done took me like 8 minutes. Take the solenoid out, set the solenoid in the bracket, and then both of them go down. there.

We go. Now we're snapped in. Okay I figured it out. Yay! I'm smart hoay Okay solenoid manifold coming into position here I've got a couple of Fasteners in hand.

Let's get this thing screwed in. Have to look up the appropriate torque spec for this unit right here. I don't know uh how much to tighten these things? Probably something silly like 8 Newton M But it is rather critical because these Fasteners sandwich the valve body to the trans transmission case so that clamping Force has to be precise and exact. There's one more right there and then we've got.

There's one more that goes in here. that's that uh Torx looking screw right there I don't know if I even have one of those. Let me check the bag of Parts Ha found it. It was in the bag of the uh, the old parts that had come out of this engine.

Uh, Once Upon A Time So anyway, let's uh, let's get these guys seated and threaded in. Tighten up the little ones a little bit first and then we'll get those larger perimeter bolts afterwards. There we go. That's that one.

See the oil squeezing out of the gasket up there? It's kind of cool, the torage a little bit more. There we go I Need run down these guys newer old Pu roll? There we go. Torque wrench 30 times. All right.

Yeah, all right here. Torque rench coming in. Let's make this click there. old school beam wrench.

Oh I Ran out of beam. Ow gravitas. Try this again. a little more, a little more, a little more A There we go.

That one. There we go. Good to go. Okay, torque coming in on the remaining Fasteners Torque wrench broken.

There we go. Click diage. We're looking for 100in lb. approximately 100 INB There we go.

That's good, All right. We got all those units nice and tight like with our beam style torque wrench. So now we can plug in our connectors. That one goes right there.
and this guy plugged into our pressure sensor here. snap that in safety, snap on the retainer. Now we need to go ahead and bust out the new filter and get that filter reinstalled. Fresh new transmission filter coming into place.

We've got the cork gasket on it, that's the one that fell off earlier. two Fasteners So we just need to set this thing up into its home here and start the bolts. Those are in there deep going. Need the extension? Okay, that's one bolt Neal Do right there.

put a little bit of torque on these guys and we should be all set. That felt good all right now. I Need to go clean the pan out and get the gasket set up. put that pan in position.

at that point, we'll be ready to refill fluid, grab the scan tool, reconnect it, let the truck down, and then we're going to go out and hit the row ad for a test drive. Crush fingers Hope she shifts all right guys. And now we have to take a quick inter per mission to thank this video's sponsor and that is me. Uh, it is also the Rainman merchandise Company.

uh and I say that because I wasn't able to sell higher in custom premium level merchandise through the YouTube Affiliates So what I have done is created my own merchandise store which is called the Rainman Merchandising Company. We also have some custom Rainman Rais repairs, hats coming in and a few of the old design t-shirts Check out Rainman Rreps Dcom and see what we have to offer in our newly formed merchandise store and that will end my moment of Shameless self-promotion Now back to the program. Hey what do you guys think? I Finally got myself a a brand deal with myself. so I sponsored my own videos.

How cool is that? Okay, now that all that's out of the way, let's get back to it. Let's dump out the rest of uh, this old fluid and clean the magnet off, wipe this unit out and then we will get it bolted back together so if I can get this magnet to come out, yeah, we can take a regular old shop towel and just wipe away all those fine little shavings. Again, this is nothing abnormal that's just normal wear for what you would find inside of a pan magnet. If you find big chunks and slivers or pieces of metal in there on that magnet, then you've got a problem.

But what we have here with this metall looking paste business, that's just fine, so no need to fret over such things. Now all we got to do is get the rest of the debris out of the pen and we're good to go. Goodbye Nasty. Wipe me down.

Make it nice and shiny. Stinky shiny yo. it'll fall. Take our magnet, put that back in position this.

Pan's good to go. Okay, super shiny transmission pan coming into place. I've got the gasket already set up on top of the pan. You see it right there.

So what we got to do is we're going to set this thing up into position here and I'm going to start all the Fasteners by hand. That way we don't get one side tighten down more than the other side and allowing the uh, the gasket to come out of place. So if these are like right here, you see that one. It's got the gasket kind of off center from the hole.
If we were to tighten it down, we wouldn't be able to Center that gasket up. So we're just going to start all these by hand real quick. like get them threaded. then we can come by and zip them all down now.

I Did reuse the gasket that came off of this pan. It seem to be a metal impregnated multi-layer Steel type of gasket and The Replacements are all just soft squishy Rubber and I prefer to not use the squishy rubber ones because they squish and they can leak because it creates an un uniformed clamping surface between the pan and the case and we would like clamping to be uniform and not, uh, not uneven. Put that one in there I think I've got three more to go on the back side I know you guys can't see. sorry.

one right there. two two and three double twist. There we go. Good to go.

Okay, come on through. Got a little impact 13 mm and Buzz these down. uh couple more. go around the perimeter, check them all I missed that one.

Beautiful. All right. we're good to go here. Let's get out from under this unit, refill this trans and bus scan tool out and see if uh, this thing's going to shift All right Dude coming up off the lock lock release coming down slowly.

there we go. all the way down clear cool beans. Let's go ahead reopen our Bonnet hello 67 Cumins, What's happening Now We have a dipstick on this particular engine so we'll just be able to uh, stick a funnel in there and add our fluid right through the dipstick tube right there. Standard protocol.

Oh look, our funnel is in a box of Dodge parts. How appropriate. That's the uh, the remainder of an engine that blew up. It's a 36 penar.

There's a piston and a a rod bearing and another piston. some valve covers, head bolts. Yeah, that's from that blown up penar. It died.

Any wers funnel going in, stick that right on in there. Let's refill this with some ATF grab the scanner, hit the key, then we'll hit the road to the Vault of viscosity. Wonder how much fluid I have left? Uh 3124 that's the appropriate oil I think I need this one. It's not the camera's fault, you guys, it's my fault I'm not a skilled cameraman, but I'm working on it I'll figure it out.

It's all here to improve. I was running those GoPros for way too long and I needed to uh to up the Annie a little bit to a higher performing camera I Realized the picture and the focus and the the light and all that good stuff is is is actually worse than what it used to be. but uh, bear with me I need to learn this system I Promise at the end of it all we will have a higher production quality. Well higher production quality.

That's the idea anyway I Hope I Don't fail at it cuz if I do then that just means I lost. That means the camera idea was a total loss and I'll have to go back to GoPros which I don't want to do that cuz those are action cameras and they don't zoom and the picture quality on a closeup is absolutely horrible I think that's good. Felt like it was about 6 quarts or so. There we go B the bar.
So now check that fluid condition one more time. Looking good right there. We're not totally overfilled yet. I Imagine we're going to suck some up with the restart.

so let's head inside and get to it. Beginning Engine starting sequence: TN Now on Aha, it has become alive. Very good. All right, let's pull our gifting stick one more time here.

Pump should have sucked up some fluid by now. Still looking good. we're right at the halfway mark. I'll take that.

let's go out, hit the road, go on a test drive, let's go ahead and back this up. We'll shut down our our Illuminator set that off to the side. There we go. Hey Dave Where's the scanner? Oh s oh it's over there man.

Okay, thank you Lauren Where's the where's the scanner I don't know I thought Dave had it last Dave where's the scanner? Me? She had it not I don't have it. Well if you don't have it and you don't have it Sam Must Sam has it I don't have it No I don't have it. I think someone drove away with it. No Now I left it in a car.

No, no, don't don't don't No, don't do that to me. Don't do that for safe, look out other cars all right riding along and oh, we had a shift. Another shift. Oh beautiful.

We're accelerating and it's shifting. Nice cool beans. Okay, so far so good. It's uh, operating aser designated parameters.

Let's go up and over the bridge and get some speed going here. See what she does. let's count the shifts. again.

there's one. There's one another. Beautiful. Got a working functioning transmission now that did not need replacement.

Hooray! All right. Green light, all steam. let's give it the beans. Yep, we're shifting I Like it.

So far, so good. All righty. We pulled up to this red light right here since I'm looking at the scanner. life unit's going to let me know when it turns green, but we're paying attention right down here to our desired and actual Governor Pressure desired is what the ECM is asking for and then the actual is what is being measured.

Uh, as we drive now we can see we're zero and zero because the vehicle is stopped and stationary. Uh, let's see if I can't give it some throttle on the pedal real quick. It's no, it's not going to ask for any pressure yet. So once we start to roll, we're going to revisit those pids and It's going to we should see a match up between the actual and the desired all right green light we're riding and again checking those pressures.

our actual and our desired are correlating close enough. It's better than the 98 PSI that we were reading before we changed the component and uh, now we have a a matching desired and actual. Let's begin to accelerate right now. left turn and we can see desired coming up and the actual measured pressure is following it.
m steam little bit of sung glare right there. here we go. Sweet all right fellas and ladies, this uh vehicle is operating as designed I need to swing it back into the shop. we're going to garden hose the bottom of the vehicle off cuz there was some spillage on that pan and uh I'm going go and get this thing parked.

This one is good to go after one finalized transmission fluid level check. So having said all of that I have nothing more to offer you on this particular video other than a thank you for watching this video. As always I Hope you enjoyed this video. If in fact you did enjoy this video, please feel free to let me know about that in the comment section down below.

Do not forget to tap that like button while you're down there and most importantly, have yourselves a fantastic day! See you guys later in the video in a doge end of Trans and parking the Auto Re H I can't reach through there Dodge Powering down.

98 thoughts on “Back to stock! no shift ram 2500 5.9 cummins pt2”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Dylan Brown says:

    "Hello 6.7 Cummins" "What's Happening" had me rolling 🤣

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Onaopemipo Odetunde says:


  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kevin Young says:

    For a moment there on the test-drive, I thought we'd gone back through time to the era of sepia-toned imagery 😆

    Keep on going at it Ray, you'll get there!

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars William Hornburg says:

    That new camera sucks dude go back to the old ones 😮

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Ed says:

    So just curious, why not go ahead and replace the part since he had the right one.after all. Not put the old one back in.

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars imflori dano says:

    Ray you have a car lot inside and outside your shop now. I'm glad to see you have steady work coming daily. You are gonna need a tire replacement, balance system and alignment rack. Your shop can now support the additional sponsorship from these tool manufacturers

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Ahmad Ghosheh says:

    Production quality is great. I don't see any difference. Don't over work yourself iver it. We can see and hear just fine even with some hickups

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Carsten Ehlert says:


  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Greg Marino says:

    Great job sir but, puh-leeeeeze go back to udder camera!

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bas Bass says:

    The new camera is really good at focusing at stuff you are not showing. And anything not focused on is blurry. It is outright annoying to view your vids now, Sorry, please ditch that F*** camera. it is garbage.

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Artillerest 43rd VA says:

    just good luck that the owner kept the original part! that allowed the truck to shift!
    great job again

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Dennis Hill says:

    With all due respect, the old cameras beat the living heck out of this new thing. Bells and whistles do not beat something that just works properly….

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jim Davis says:

    OPINION: Open waste basket, insert new camera.

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jon B says:

    Even the pan says "Use Reusable Gasket" on it so that should stop the REEEEE'S…

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rob B says:

    And auto focus is focusing on dash not outside of car or truck

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rob B says:

    That flare on camera when outside is white balance. Set it to Automatic

  17. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars David Willims says:

    Camera is awful

  18. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Hola! Francis McKnight says:

    Does that mean that the new solenoid you ordered would have fit in the old manifold

  19. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars John Marino says:

    Why did they replace a known good valve that had to be reinstalled?

  20. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Doug Macrae says:

    Everything looks fine as far as the color on your camera goes. But you a little shady-looking🤣🤣🤣.

  21. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars B Moore says:

    Ray, you could have ordered a GM replacement governor pressure solenoid instead of having to remove the GM solenoid block .Then just pop in the new GM solenoid. Worst case scenario you can order the whole GM solenoid/block assembly for $185 all day long. That OEM solenoid is under engendered causing "shift hunting" between 1st and 2nd gear. Also, you should have replaced that solenoid block gasket. I have same truck but 2005. 48RE trans

  22. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Eli O'Dell says:

    I don't mind the colors or brightness just would like the focus right. But ultimately I'm here to watch mech stuff, we all know the feels of new equipment and patience is a virtue.

  23. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Forest says:

    where is that charger ? don't say tou passed on that work or owner only had 🍺 budget

  24. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars David Hayden says:

    No brake clean to make the pan nice and shiny. Bad Ray😢

  25. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Vogel says:

    So apparently, bigger isn't always better. Who knew…outside the US?

  26. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Stevo says:

    thankyou Ray,great content as usual,,👍👍

  27. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Hardy Skjefte says:

    I disagree… i find this camera to provide a better quality video… figure out the bugs and stay with the new camera system… have a great thanksgiving…

  28. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Hola! Steven Tabert says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and all the family Ray! Have a wonderful day!

  29. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars ChiefR says:

    Good find Ray

  30. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Charles Kadletc says:

    I agree with Alex. Go back to the Gopro. I'll be u our camera man. Laure has a BEAUTIFUL SMILE. And 🔥 HOT

  31. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars TheManBearPig says:

    Florida is looking like breaking bad mexico now

  32. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Lois Rinehart says:

    Ray, I'd like to wish you and Lauren a happy and safe Thanksgiving. Hope it's one of the best ever. Thanks.

  33. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars bilrand says:

    I am surprised you are not throwing out a video today taped earlier in the week. It's a big money day for utubers… lots of hits for those waiting for the turkey to roast. God Bless, hope you & your family have a fun filled Thanksgiving day.

  34. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars ed baker says:

    Happy thanksgiving, Ray & all the family units

  35. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars ianriggs says:

    Hey brother are u willing to look at a few issues on my Infiniti at ur new shop? (I'm the one u did brakes for and made the videos). If not that's fine just let me know 😉

  36. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Aaron Britt says:

    Assuming you still have one of those solenoids you were sent, I'd replace it. If the one the customer brought was the original, if it's not bad now, it probably will be soon.

  37. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Pete s says:

    Waa waaa it hurts my eyes 😢

  38. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars John Doe says:

    Everyday you learn something new 👍

  39. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Pete s says:

    I don’t mind the camera and once he dials it in it’ll be fine at least he can use two hands now that’s what pisses me off sometimes watching him try to do it with one hand😮

  40. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Ron Hall says:

    too much "shake" while hand-held filming..gave me a headache

  41. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Fred Fred says:

    Who else was screaming at Ray how to assemble that retaining assembly? LMAO!

  42. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars aceplaya84 says:

    bad transmissions 46re 46rh ! should have checked the bands while u had the pan off aswell ray . another good video tho !

  43. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Christopher M Rodden says:

    Ray, I have an idea for your shameless merchandise ,
    A game called can- hole. , similar to corn hole
    Might be fun for a bunch of mechanics after work on a Friday

  44. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Tom Parker says:

    Don't you just hate when that witchcraft treachery gets involved. We have faith Ray that you will defeat that voodoo hoodoo that has a holt of your transmission part😂

  45. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Paul Kennington says:

    I was screaming at a video! Oh boy, new lows.

  46. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Harry Tucker says:

    What is wrong with the camera? It sounds bad and the video is wobbly. It’s making me sick

  47. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Percy Bysshe says:

    @Rainman Ray's Repairs you should get a coffee sponsorship so your watchers have something to put in your mugs. You should hit @TheQuartering up for a Coffee Brand Coffee sponsorship seeing he is willing to spread the money.

  48. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Robert La Cob says:

    Good thing the owner retained the old parts! Job well done as Ford said years ago, Quality is job one!

  49. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars CrimeVid says:

    I like this camera, much clearer image, I can forgive a little background flicker. Ray will get the hang of it.