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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
From the Factory Service Manual, you can get one relatively cheap from www.promanuals.net. Here is a link to your 2004 Dodge Ram Service Manual.
The power steering pressure switch is installed in
the power steering high-pressure hose (Fig. 9).
(1) Disconnect electrical connector from power
steering pressure switch.
(2) Place a small container or shop towel beneath
switch to collect any excess fluid.
(3) Remove switch. Use back-up wrench on power
steering line to prevent line bending.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
if you do it do it at the dealer that you got it from so it wont void the warranty. that way you keep it in place and they can also tell you the specifications as to what you need to do ,if anything to the front of the truck
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
That is the power steering COOLER. It is a radiator just smaller for the power steering fluid the other one is for the transmission and the one on the right is for the AC
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
There should be a diagram under the hood on the fan shroud or radiator support. If not, let me know and I see if I can find one. For the most part, if the pulleys it rides on are grooved, the belt ribs ride on it, it the pulley is smooth, the back side rides on it. From a picture of the alternator I have, from the passenger side coming up, over the alternator, then down and under the belt tensioner (smooth pulley), then up and over A/C compressor, then down and around P/S pump, up and around water pump, down around crankshaft pulley.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
30,000 mile plugs but it doesn't meen they need replacement I work for chrysler I would wait till about 50 or 60 thousand remeber just because there is not a problem doesn't meen they should not be replace at the recommened intervals. they are considered a wearable item. when you do the plug do the wires. words of advise when doing the ignition wires do ONE WIRE AT A TIME it will save u from a big headache. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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