Question about 1987 Dodge Dakota
I have a 1987 dakota v-6 3.9ltr. There is a coolant leak that appears to come from a hose at the top of the engine just left of the hose connector for the thermostat. Anyone know how to go about getting to this thing? It looks like its almost under the A/C compressor, but I cant be sure if that has to come off first. Any ideas out there?
You haft to unbolt the compressor and alternator. Then remove the bracket they are both bolted to. Then you can access this hose.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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