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Howso? What is the 4wd hemi meant to get?
What your seeing is right about what the epa says its to get.

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Re: Hello...I don't know what I'm doing here, exactly...

So far I have found that the previous owner had done:

-Brakes 90% pad material at 34K miles, "something adjusted" (parking brake?)
-New water pump @ 63K miles.
-Regular service work (oil, etc.)
-Sunroof fixed (whatever that means?)
-2 tire-pressure sensors
-02 sensor at 40K miles.

I could find no mention of spark plugs. I will have them done either next week, or the week thereafter. The owner was female, and tended to frequent Dodge dealerships it seems vs. cheaper alternatives. These items are all history pulled via VIN from dodge dealers who I called who serviced the vehicle.

Is the water-pump of concern? Is it bad that it was replaced (chance for something to get messed up? Not as good as factory? Normal for them to die every 60K miles...)??

I do notice that I have a bit of sqeaky belt noise when I first crank it up in the cold (in the 30's) that goes away once it warms up. No shrieking or anything crazy, just a bit of chirping or however you want to term it. Dead silent after it's warm. I am guessing this can't be a bearing due to it going away when hot.
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