1989 Dodge Ramcharger Sports Utility Vehicle
Information and photos of a 1989 Dodge Ram Charger.
The Dodge Ramcharger is considered a sports utility vehicle.
The Ramcharger was first introduced in 1974. The Ramcharger had a successful 19 year run in the United States. 1974 to 1993.
The 1974 to 1980 have a removable hard top.
What makes the 1974 Dodge Ramcharger distinct to the other years is that its door pillar post were removed with the hardtop roof. This was only true for the 1974 Ramcharger.
The most common engine found in the Ramchargers was the 318 cubic inch engine. The 318 is a (5.2 L) V8.
Facts on 1989 Dodge Ramcharger 1st Generation
The platform for the 1989 Dodge Ramcharger? Chrysler AD Platform.
The engines available for the 1989 Dodge Ramcharger?
225 cubic inch 3.7 liter engine
318 cubic inch 5.2 liter engine
360 cubic inch 5.9 liter engine
400 cubic inch 6.6 liter engine
440 cubic inch 7.2 liter engine
Transmission, available for the 1989 Dodge Ramcharger?
4 speed manual
3 speed TorqueFlite automatic
The 1989 Dodge Ramcharger was produced as a full-time four-wheel drive.The Front axle is a Dana 44. Rear axle 9 1/4''.
Wheelbase 106.0 inch
1989 Dodge Ramcharger equipment identification tag
Descriptions are in order as was on the tag:
STD duty 3 speed Auto Transmission
A727 Automatic Transmission
3000 pound Front Axle
3.2 Axle Ratio
Chrysler-8.25 Axle Catalytic Converter
Specifications on the Dodge Ramcharger
Below is a bullet list of specifications and other interesting facts and numbers on the Dodge Ramchargers
- The Ramcharger during its development was also known as the Rhino for its massive body.
- Ramchargers 1974 to 1980 had removable hard top
- Most Ramchargers had the 318 cu-V8 (5.2L)
- Optional was the 360 cu-V8 (5.9L)
- Early years the 400cu-V8 (6.6L) and 440cu-V8 (7.2L)
- In the year of 1988 the 318 had the throttle body fuel injection
- 318 had around 230 horsepower
- 360 had 240 horsepower
- Transmissions found in the Ramcharger were A-230 manual 3 speed and the A-535 five-speed In 4wheel drives the most common was the NP435 four-speed
- Axles for the Dodge Ramcharger were the Dana 44 front and 9-1/4 rear