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2005 dodge ram 1500 hemi blown head gasket replacement diy

Possible head gasket blown, never ran hot no coolant in oil but tube to air cleaner from oil fill neck has small amount of milky fluid going into air cleaner box

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Pcv blockage pcv positive crankcase valve maybe a collapsed hose in your pcv system

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    Where is the PCV Valve located? 2005 hemi 5.7ltr

  • darryl spencer Nov 11, 2012

    EGR Pipe to PCV Valve was clogged. Replaced PCV Valve and EGR. Cleaned out pipe. Cleared P0430 And engine light have been off for 2 days now!


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Intercooler leaking oil into coolant more likely.

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2002 dodge ram 1500 motor has a little knock but drives good and doesnt run hot. Bought it from a man he said he ran it hot one time and now it has oil and water mixing. What do u think will fix it

Probably another engine.
Since you don't know why it got hot in the first place, it would be impossible to know what is damaged now.
The knock is probably from lack of lubrication because of the contaminated oil. And that would mean all of the bearings are worn. And a leaking head gasket or cracked head could allow coolant into the oil.
If it has more than 90,000 miles on the engine its probably not worth rebuilding if it needs all of the bearings replaced plus the cause of the leaking oil/coolant repaired.

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Oil in water,runs hot

Sorry, one of 3 expensive things. Blown head gasket, cracked head, or cracked block.

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2005 Dodge Ram1500 White Mist/smoke from exhaust pipe.

One of the gaskets has blown at a point where the a water jacket is blowning into the cylinders but not mixing with an oil jacket on the heads. Try to use some Bars Leak and see if you can get it to seal and if not, their are also aluminum shavings mixed with sealer for some of the worse problems. If it seals you will then know that it will need a gasket replacement at some point

Sep 25, 2012 | 2005 Dodge Ram 1500

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Running hot?

2 possible things. 1st(cheapest) you have air in cooling system. Need to burp it. 2nd(expensive) you may have blown head gasket. I tend to think air is in cooling system and your level is low.

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2000 dodge ram 1500 is overheating. water is bubbling from the top of the water pump where the coolant return tube goes into the pump. do i need a new pump?

Hopefully thats all. Some times when the water gets that hot. You need a head gasket. Make sure theres no water in the oil or coming from the tailpipe.

Aug 17, 2011 | Dodge Ram 1500 Cars & Trucks

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The 5.7 hemi 2006 dodge ram 1500 losing coolant tekućinu.U hole oil emulsion is created and drops of antifreeze. At the bar there is no oil emulsion oil is clean.

II got a dodge 1500 4.7. The problem is, the oil cab is all green and im losing coolant all the time, there's smoke coming out smells bad, but no check engine at all. So I took it to a shop to check it they said, it's a water pump ,I changed the water pump but still losing coolant ............ so is it head gasket, manifold gasket, valve stem seal, piston rings, or something I don't know of??

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2004 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4 5.7 HEMI ... I just got through replacing my head gaskets on this truck . I went by the chiltons book on how to do it and done everything by the book. When i got done i changed the...

I would say that the gasket is not properly installed, or things were not properly tightened. It is clear that coolant and oil are escaping from their correct channels and mixing, but it's not possible that you "blew" the gasket driving 10 blocks. The good news is that you're no worse off than you were before, but the bad news is that you will have to take it apart again and get some help installing the gasket correctly.

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No heat

No heat can mean low coolant in the radiator. Check that. Also would mean you have a coolant leak. Might possibly be a restricted heater core. Possibly a blend door in the dash that quit working. Thermostat could be faulty allowing coolant to flow continuously.

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