CHICAGO – Come big or stay home. That’s the advice that the Dodge division of DaimlerChrysler Corp. took to heart as it developed two new powertrains for the heavy-duty pickup market. Dodge introduces two all-new engines for the ’03 Ram 2500 and 3500 pickups here at the Chicago Auto Show. The auto maker demonstrated the power of one of the engines – the 5.9L inline 6-cyl. High Output Cummins turbodiesel – by using it to tow a 50 ft.-by-50 ft. (15 m by 15 m) platform loaded with about 100 ...

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