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Re: WHERE DO I LOCATE THE HOSE TO CHARGE THE A/C IN
Find the compressor it runs off the belt then locate the two lines there is a high side and a low side there should be caps over the fittings you must charge the low side to find the low side the lines run by the rad in on side and out the other it runs in on the high and exits on the low the fitting should only fit on the low side on most vehicles or they could be color coated red and blue blue is the low side check out you tube for some videos on how to
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The purge valve is up on the engine. the vent valve is by the gas tank or at the charcoal filter, the lines run from the tank and filter to the engine. the lines are plastic, except under the body, metal then. Codes would be nice. This would tell me where to look.
This is a relatively easy job - and the parts should be less than $10.00 to DIY. There are different sizes used by different makers, through year/make/model. It would be easiest to cut a small section of existing ( after measuring overall length ) to get the right diameter. Don't take an end piece - it could be stretched out and you'd get the wrong size.
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To install the EGR Valve on a 2005 Durango first it is necessary to remove the air intake hoses and palce them to the side. Next, in order to get the EGR valve you will need to remove the windshield wiper motor, which is a pain but necessary to do get to the EGR valve. After removing all of the itemsthat are in the way you will be faced with a task that will try your patience, the EGR valve is located on the right side of the motor, (as if you were facing the motor from the front) just behind and to the rear of the throttle body. After you locate it you will need a rachet with a flexible head because it is fairly difficult to reach otherwise. A mirror and light will also help so you can see what you are doing since the EGR valve is located in such a hard place to see and get to that you will only be able to see part of it while you are removing the screws. After removing the EGR valve, simply reversethe procedure and your done. P.S. I own a 2005 Dodge Durango SLT with a 4.7L engine and I replaced mine this year after a check engine light came on and I checked the code on the OBD. By the way the EGR valve is a pain in the rear to change. Good luck!
First of all, never do just one. you replace the front together or the back together.
Did you place a clear rubber hose over the bleeder so you could see when the air bubbles stopped?
Shoot the old fluid into a glass jar, so if the peddle comes up before your ready you are just sucking fluid back in not air.
There was a recall on this type of problem a while back. I had the same issue and brought it to Dodge to get fixed. You should have received something in the mail but if you didn't here is the information. Make: DODGE Model: DURANGOModel Year: 2005Manufacturer: DAIMLERCHRYSLER CORPORATIONMfr's Report Date: FEB 01, 2005NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 05V034000
NHTSA Action Number:
Component: FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:STORAGE:TANK ASSEMBLY:FILLER PIPE AND CAPPotential Number of Units Affected: 26000Summary: ON
CERTAIN SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES, THE FUEL TANK FILLER TUBE INLET CHECK
VALVE MAY NOT FULLY CLOSE AT THE END OF REFUELING. THIS COULD ALLOW
SOME FUEL TO ESCAPE FROM THE VEHICLE FILLER NECK.
Consequence: FUEL LEAKAGE IN THE PRESENCE OF AN IGNITION SOURCE CAN RESULT IN A FIRE.Remedy: DEALERS
WILL INSPECT THE INLET CHECK VALVES AND REPLACE THE FUEL TANK ASSEMBLY
FREE OF CHARGE. THE RECALL BEGAN ON APRIL 4, 2005. OWNERS MAY CONTACT
DAIMLERCHRYSLER AT 1-800-853-1403.
RECALL NO. E01. CUSTOMERS MAY ALSO CONTACT THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC
SAFETY ADMINISTRATION'S VEHICLE SAFETY HOTLINE AT 1-888-327-4236 (TTY
1-800-424-9153), OR GO TO HTTP://WWW.SAFERCAR.GOV.