Question about 1997 Dodge Ram
Hi , Go to like a Autozone and Rent or Buy a Cooling System Pressure Tester.It Fits right on where your Radiator Cap Goes. Pump it Up to 10-12 Pounds of Pressure, And then Look at the Area where its Leaking.It Could Be a Heater Hose Going to your Heater Core,Or your Heater Core is Bad and Leaking,Just make sure you Have the Radiator Full before doing this Test. If thats not showing you when the Leak is it could be a Freeze Plug on That side of the Enging Block or Even Worse a Freeze Plug In the Back of Your Enging,Which then to get to it you'll have to Pull Transmission to Replace It. BUT Before all This Are You aware that your Air Conditioner Evaporater has a Hose that During its Cyle Heats and Prevents the A/C Evaporater From Freezing up, And Has A Hose That will let the Water out As the Evaporater Melts the Ice Build Up. and it will run on the Passenfer Side on The Ground From the WYOCWBOY
Posted on May 27, 2010
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