Question about Dodge Ram 2500
When you find the freeze plug that is leaking, you will need a sharp and tough instrument to drive a hole into it and pry it out.
The steel is about 1/16 - 1/8" thick.
Go get a new one to see how thick it is.
With a hammer and some kind of punch or tough screwdriver, drive a hole into the center of it and pry it out.
To put the new one in, there are 3 kinds I know of, maybe more.
One is simply a steel disc, shaped like a rounded dish.
You hit it in the center after it is inside the hole, which would hold it it.
Another is a cup shape. Again, this kind you would take a socket the size of the inside of the plug and carelfully drive it in, being sure to keep it going in straight all the way around. Liberally coat the hole with grease before you try.
Also, putting these two in a refrigerator freezer will help if you shrink them with the cold.
The third kind is a fancy plug of rubber and steel you put in the hole and screw it tight.
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
fuel filter housing on driver side of motor. need the correct size of socket to remove the lid. unscrew lid and pull straight up to remove filter. remove old filter from lid and install new filter and seal. drain old fuel/water from housing. then reinstall filter into housing. tigthten lid then make sure the petcock is closed from draining it earlier. bump the starter a couple times to fill the filter housing then start engine. clean any spilled fuel and your done
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
First I thought it was the fuse panel or the power module but with our newer truck the computer told the power module not to send power to my A/C compressor b/c the A/C Clutch was out, (you can't replace just the clutch so I just had to replace the compressor and not the power module b/c the truck's computer told it not to send power this is the same with anything that goes wrong with the truck the computer tells it not to send the correct power to the part that is broken thus it seeming like the part isn't getting power, The power Module (fuse panel) is just doing its job replace whatever went out first or is bad, and the power will naturally be restored or you can go to your dealer and have the Power Module Flashed as they call it which resets it.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
I had the same code on my 2001 dodge 2500. The truck wouldn't shift from 3-4. I pulled the trans pan off and replaced a broken spring ($2.00). It is behind a thin plate with 3-4 small torq screws. You don't have to remove the valvebody. Only took me 45 minutes to fix.
I would like to give thanks to Jeff Russel from Teal automotive. He said this is a very common problem. He sells any part for any automatic Transmision and his prices are very affordable.
Here is a link to the website.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
If you are looking for the fuse box diagrams or any other diagrams for your Ram, check promanuals.net for a factory service manual for around 20 bucks or so. It's an invaluable tool for my Ram 2500.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
two on front of motor on ether side of water pump.two on passenger side two on driver side and two on back of engine behind transmission. 8 total
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
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