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Our dogs chew some of my 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 td wiring and fuel lines. We fixed the fuel line, so it runs, but the 4wd is not working couse of the cables, any circuit- or wiring diagram for it ??? thanks forward Gabor

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yes there is a diaphram and it may need to be changed and I hope when you blew the lines out that you put them back where they belong . The problem with the diaphram and the vaccuum lines is that they are extremely sensitive to moisture and therefore not very efficient. I know that you can get an aftermarket kit to switch it to a mecanical system which I guarantee will be the end of your problem. I would also take the filler plug out to see the fluid level, if nothing comes out fill it with the proper fluid till it comes out of the hole then quickly put the plug back in.

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It will be a lot easier to do with the bed removed. It will also save time. So unfortunately yes that is true.

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