Either of the lubricants below are specific for this vehicle and meet manufacture's recommended lubrication specification. Check engine light off, codes cleared; cold start. If the vehicle is so equipped, disconnect the overdrive lockout switch wire harness connector from the instrument panel wire harness near the instrument panel lower reinforcement. Please or to join the conversation. Take the idler pulley off8.
Secure the other end of the hook to the center hole in the top of the dash panel. Pay what dealers pay by using this option! Limited-slip rear axles will need 4 ounces of Mopar limited-slip additive or equivalent added. That's up to 8x longer than when used with a conventional oil and filter. The Dodge Ram 1500 automatic transmission requires Mopar+4 automatic transmission fluid or equivalent and Mopar manual transmission fluid or equivalent for manual transmissions. The video above shows you how to add oil to your 2003 Dodge Ram 2500. Remove the two screws that secure the inside hood latch release handle to the instrument panel lower reinforcement and lower the release handle to the floor.
It did this when I bought it with 170k or so miles and it is still going strong at 240k. The module is located behind the radio. Order several bottles to keep on hand to use throughout the year. Take the bypass hose clamps off by using a hose…. To fill the transfer case or differential, fill the component until the fluid begins to run out of the fill hole.
The heater core is located behind the glove box. With the engine running and the truck in park, check its transmission fluid dipstick and add a half quart at a time until the fluid level appears between the hash marks on the dipstick. The Courtesy Cab company 1st video clip on the page uses this religiously in all of their cabs and avoids major injection cleaning from this product. Be certain that the steering wheel is locked and secured from rotation to prevent the loss of clockspring centering. Use a stethoscope or a long screw driver and try to isolate where the knock is coming from. Install plugs in, or tape over all of the opened refrigerant line fittings. When a transmission warning light on any vehicle turns on, it canmean a few things that will spell trouble if not checked rightaway.
Drain up to 25,000 miles or 1-year, whichever comes first. The specs of the fluid should be on the dipstick or in the manual. A piece of heater hose should fix it. If the color of the fluid … is still red andappears to be fine, chances are that slipping is occurring in thetransmission. Just saying, the difference is knowing that you're looking at a new engine down the road or you just have to throw a couple of extra quarts in it every once in awhile.
Do not go by vehicle's oil life monitor when using this oil. Change oil when Oil Life Monitor tells you to change the oil or go by the owner's manual factory drain interval. Drain every 10,000 miles or 6-months, whichever comes first. Pull the wiring off the temp. If this is true you need to thoroughly inspect the valve train components. However, it is advisable to verify with your owner's manual. If you disconnect the top alternator bolt and then the lead to the alternator, and loosen the bottom bolt, you can swing the alternator towards the passenger side and see the sensor.
I am going to cut down the back of the visor, see how it works inside, maybe come up with a repair and probably ruin it and have to cough up the 55. Have an extra quart handy to top off when necessary. You may have some blow-by. Appropriate one will be sent based on your vehicle. Here's a link to a forum post I found in google you might be able to get some good information from: thank you everyone for your replies! This is usually accompanied by a check engine light being illuminated. If you are unsure how much oil to add to your Ram 2500, add a little bit at a time and check your dipstick frequently. Disconnect the driver side airbag module wire harness connector from the instrument panel wire harness at the instrument panel lower reinforcement.
Whichever you decide, you won't be able to guess what's wrong, and nobody can help you unless and until you connect the vehicle to a code scanner. Then click Checkout after you've added your last item to the cart. It is behind the alternator. Would advise to check all the rubber hoses in this area. Some may suggest a thicker oil. So perhaps this was addressed in the 3rd gen ram trucks that you have and is no longer a problem.