How ToHow to Change Your Oil – 2003 Dodge Ram Hemi jr69 6 years ago 25 Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article A quick run-through of how to change the oil in any car or truck. Video Rating: 4 / 5 Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Related Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts How To Repair A Punctured Football jr69 August 25, 2014 Universal 7 in 1 Retractable Cell Phone Car Charger jr69 November 5, 2013 Incredible Speed of a Live Christmas Tree Fire – PSA Video jr69 November 10, 2012 135 LBs of CHANNEL CATFISH jr69 December 31, 2012 2006 Dodge Charger R/T VS Charger R/T 1/8 Mile jr69 January 28, 2013 mj23afs – 1997 vw jetta 2.0 8v rough idle jr69 January 30, 2015 About The Author Jarev More from this Author 25 Comments Matthew Calabresi December 10, 2012 Just used this as a great guide to do my first-ever oil change on my 2011 Ram. (My first, not the truck’s first.) Thanks! Scheufler26 December 10, 2012 Nice work! Better yet, make him do it next time! Haha Susan Teague December 10, 2012 I went straight out and changed the oil in my 2004 Ram 1500. I couldn’t tell what size socket you used, I used a 17mm. Great video I had no problem at all and I am a 50 year old Grand Mother! I didn’t have ramps so I had to work with it on the ground. (Guess what My husband is getting for Christmas?) Scheufler26 December 10, 2012 I have never tried oil additives. I have tried things like Gumout fuel system cleaner though. But seeing as the engine ran perfectly fine before it’s impossible to say if it did anything. tahoe41000 December 10, 2012 hey man thanks for this video i really appreciate you taking your time to show us. i just did mine and my brothers ram thanks to you aha….just a quick question do you use any oil lubricant? such as lucas, zmax, slick-50, bestline? or is it not really necesary? Mele Malala December 10, 2012 LOL sorry that was my comment above i log under my hubby’s account . Been bugging him to oil change our truck ur video is great !! thanks Scheufler26 December 10, 2012 That’s exactly what my truck is man. Did you even read the title? haha mossalil December 10, 2012 Thanks !!! will this work for 03 1500 Ram ??? forge229 December 10, 2012 thanks dude. Scheufler26 December 10, 2012 You have a different generation truck but the process of changing oil is the same for any car. Your drain plug, oil filter, and spout to refill will just be in slightly different locations. It’s easy! forge229 December 10, 2012 is it the same for a 1996 ram? owenmxz600 December 10, 2012 Thanks just did my 05 exactly what you did and worked great! Minus the jacks but still had room thanks Scheufler26 December 10, 2012 Pretty much. The filter and drain plug location will be a little different but its the same procedure. poppinbig12 December 10, 2012 @Scheufler Will the setup be the same for a 03 4.7 07duncan17 December 10, 2012 Thanks for posting, Awesome this I hope will help me save $40.- $50 bucks a oil change and thats upwards of $120.- $200 a year! I have a 2009 5.7 RAM SLT 4X4 ( Scheufler26 December 10, 2012 Say what? Dan Janiszewski December 10, 2012 once i saw the subs i stopped watching. like if you did the same thing blkstar23 December 10, 2012 Thanks so much for the lesson. Its nice to say im a chick that can change the oil on her truck lol :) DumpinSmokeRacing December 10, 2012 Thanks for the tutorial! Really helpful on my first oil change! Scheufler26 December 10, 2012 Yep our trucks are exactly the same. Easy stuff. The filter removal tool is around $10 bucks at an auto store. It’s worth it if you do all your own oil changes. The screwdriver stabbing method is MESSY! Haha ajcook129 December 10, 2012 Thanks for the tutorial. I used just used your instructions to change out the oil on my ’04 Dodge Ram. Nothing was really different from the ’03. Went smoothly. Didn’t have a tool to remove the oil filter so I used your screwdriver stabbing trick. Steve Verde December 10, 2012 good job bro. quick and simple. I got a 4×4 03 , so i feel you on those 7 Quartz. ALOT. kendrickevans301 December 10, 2012 motor size has nothing to do with it. I have a 6.8 v10 and it only requires 6 quarts. The HEMI is a 5.7, it must has a BIG OIL PAN Scheufler26 December 10, 2012 Nope the Hemi’s take 7. It’s a big motor! haha kendrickevans301 December 10, 2012 7 quarts? I thought it was five?