Question about 2002 Dodge Ram Maxi
I've had a water pump, thermostat, and clutch fan replaced in this truck and it still is overheating, but only when i'm on the highway (fast speeds) when im in the city it does not overheat
Check your rad hoses. They will tend to collapse (**** in) & cut down on flow at highway speeds, more than city, due to increased demand & flow on cooling system. If they don't feel relatively stiff, I'd change them. You might even see them **** in while sitting and revving the engine a bit.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
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