Question about 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck 2WD
The truck overheated about a week ago. I replaced the thermostate & everything was fine for a day then no heat. The top hose from the engine is hot but the lower hose from the radiator is no. How do I correct this problem
i had same problem, i replaced my heater core. it worked.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
You probably are air locked. Refill your coolant at the rad cap and start the engine. Allow the engine to heat up and "burp". This will help clear the air from inside the engine. This may take several attemps. Remember to fill your overflo bottle to the proper level. If the issue persists, check to see if the t-stat is locted properly, it's easy to invert them on some modles.
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