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2005 dodge ram 1500 4x4 over heating and no heat in the cab

Water pump went out i changed it and i have no flow in the radiator and no heat in the cab and it's overheating.

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  • btmloghome Feb 14, 2009

    did that and still have the problem.

  • dalemelton02 Feb 15, 2009

    changed water pump and thermastst still no flow and no heat

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Change your thermostate. it's stuck closed.
by one of thos new one's that if it sticks it will stick open instead of closed. good-luck, ray

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