Question about 2009 Dodge Ram Pickup 1500
Need to know which hose goes on the side and which goes to the bottom had to buy a fuel hose to replace them till my hoses come in. I hooked them up the way i thought they went forgot how i took it off.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: missing EAR diagram and hoses
Try your local public library, they have many car makers service manuals. Make a copy of the vacuum routing diagram page so you don't have to check out the book.
Posted on May 01, 2009
This is how I like to do it. Make sure the car is parked with the front end at an upward angle. Drain the coolant from the petcock at the bottom of the radiator. Remove the upper and lower hoses at the radiator. Remove the thermostat housing, and the heater core hoses at the fire wall. Flush out the radiator by pouring fresh water into the overflow, and the hole where the thermostat was. Flush the heater core as best you can by pouring fresh water into the heater core hose connections.
Let all the water drain out, then button everything back up and replace the thermostat with a new one. Refill the rad and engine by filling the coolant reservoir with a mix of 50% water and 50% antifreeze, or buy the premixed stuff from the auto parts store. (Buy 4 jugs of premix or 2 of straight antifreeze)
Run the engine until it reaches operating temperature and the upper rad hose gets hot. Rev the engine a little to help get the air out of the cooling system. When the thermostat opens, the coolant level will drop in the reservoir, so top it up and replace the cap.
Check for leaks, and check the coolant level for the next few days, and check for leaks.
Dispose of the old coolant responsibly
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
It may not be that hard without diagram. You'll have one main feed line in (suction), then it gets distributed via control. If you start engine, with feed line connected to proper port (inlet, and probably larger than the rest) then switch to different modes, you should have vacuum at one of the other ports, and simply attach one line at a time, turn on fan, until you find the one that directs air to where it should be going. Then go on to next setting, and try remaining lines one at a time, on port where you hear hissing/feel vacuum until blower blows where it says it should. If you still need diagram, let me know, I'll do some digging.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
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