Question about 2004 Dodge Ram 1500
If its leaking out the tanks that is normal. Over time and thousands of heat expansions and cool down contractions it has to happen. The aluminum can also errode from both the inside and outside causing leaks. Typically at each end where the cooling tubes are joined to the end caps.
If it is misshapen somehow I would speculate that the truck was loaned out to a buddy who then said "hold my beer and watch this" which was then followed with a quick search for some used cosmetic parts that where quickly replaced?
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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