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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
very easy take the mirror inside cap off if you can not get to the 3 bolts then you will have to take trim panel off to take trim panel off look for plastic caps take them out and unscrew them then pop out the bottom of the door and pop the sides out then lift up and out should be loose enough for the bolts now/ 10mm bolts 3 Please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
I have the same problem. It started with engine code 0440 (evap system malfunction). I changed the gas cap and now getting the "loose cap" light plus the 0456 (evap leak very small) and 0457 (gas cap loose/off)
Anyone know where the sensor is located?
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
From the Factory Service Manual, you can get one relatively cheap from www.promanuals.net. Here is a link to your 2004 Dodge Ram Service Manual.
The power steering pressure switch is installed in
the power steering high-pressure hose (Fig. 9).
(1) Disconnect electrical connector from power
steering pressure switch.
(2) Place a small container or shop towel beneath
switch to collect any excess fluid.
(3) Remove switch. Use back-up wrench on power
steering line to prevent line bending.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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