Question about Dodge Pickup
The truck while driving went into overheating without any prior warning.
I do not think I had enough notice and the temperature gauge was in the red H zone. This was the day we had reached 100 degree temperature in New Jersey a few days ago. We have replaced the water pump, thermostat, we are thinking of a new coolant storage , but it still starts to overheat soon after starting the engine and driving for a few minutes. Could
there be any other damages to the engine, what can we do.
Fan is belt driven
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
Check your radiator cap and also check your fan, the fan might not be working. I have the same truck, my problem it last night my vacuum hole from my transfer cases broke off some how and don't know where it fits into. Can you check your truck and tell me where the line leads to, it would be a great help to me.
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
Have your radiator checked out. I've seen radiator problems with these trucks. Check the operation of your cooling fan as well. Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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