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2004 dodge ram 5.7 hemi using one quart every 3000 miles

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Check for oil leaks, does it smoke, run finger in end of exhaust pipe

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Is 7 quarts of transmission fluid too much for an 05 ram 5.7 hemi engine?


Is your trans an auto trans? If so, you should have the 45rfe trans which would take 5-7 quarts to refill after a filter change.

Use only Chrysler or Valvoline ATF+4 fluid.

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Looking for firing and coil order 2004 hemi 5.7


For ALL 2004 Dodge RAM (1500, 2500, and 3500) (2WD and 4WD) 5.7L V8 Hemi:

.........Firing Order:
Coil...1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
Plug..6-5-7-2-1-8-4-3

This should have been located at the top of the your Intake Manifold.

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05 5.7 hemi burning 1 qt every 700 miles


Rings & bearings & oil pump need urgent attention!
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Sep 19, 2009 | 2004 Dodge Ram 1500

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2004 ram 1500 with 5.7 hemi using 1 quart every 3,000 miles


Slide a large piece of cardboard under the truck after driving for ten minutes note in which area directly above the spot on the cardboard the oil is coming from then get under the vehicle with a drop light to look for the origin of the leak, if no leak is detected then it may be the engine is burning oil this could either be valve stem seals or broke or worn oil rings.

Sep 12, 2009 | 2004 Dodge Ram 1500

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What grade or oil do i use in the hemi


7 Quarts from empty and, the grade is 5-30w or 10-30w

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No heat


No heat can mean low coolant in the radiator. Check that. Also would mean you have a coolant leak. Might possibly be a restricted heater core. Possibly a blend door in the dash that quit working. Thermostat could be faulty allowing coolant to flow continuously.

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