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750Rpm Warmed up in drive with ac on is the service spec... If your truck pulls to much in "D" it might me to high line pressure or the TV cable is to tight.. It is normal that it creeps in drive. If the idle is lower than 750 in drive, lets say 550-600rpm it will stall when cold, specially when reversing and turning... the powersteering pump drags the rpm down a bit when turning and in revers the pressure in the tranny rises bringing the rpm down aswell... but if you are at the right rpm and it still stalls there is something wrong... 700-850 in Drive is allright but much higher than that adds friction and heat while stopped at a red light so if you go say 1000rep in drive, switching to "N" on a long light is a good idea but still adds additional wear to the valve body
Ram 2500 12v 5.9 cummins turbo, 47RH Auto. all stock. exhaust, transmission and boost gauges. home made manual lock up controlers fuel plate a bit frw. starwheel detuned.. 38" superswampers custom fender extensions.
Last edited by articfarmram; 03-29-2011 at 07:14 PM.