I am guessing on the date of purchase. The sensors are found behind the alternator, near the thermostat housing. Low fluid found due to steering leak. I have replaced nearly every part on this truck X 3. So follow me along on how to diagnosis and repair this condition.
Is your temperature gauge rising? This article applies to the Dodge Ram 2nd Generation 1994-2001. Assembly is the reverse of what we just did. This article applies to the Dodge Ram 2002-2008. This operation should not be done on a hot transmission. Vehicle won't shift at 40 mph. Pulling off the unit from the truck reveals a slotted metal plate that mates to the throttle linkage.
I tried many times to probe the connector and or the wire with items like a sharp needle etc, in an effort to get a stable electrical signal. The pitman arm is now starting to come off the output shaft. Tighten the sensor, reconnect the harness, and put the intake back together. You can see how much material I ended up grinding out of the 2 mounting holes. Automatics get a bad rap, but most people I query on their change intervals brings up one glaring fact. This article applies to the Dodge Ram 2002-2008. This article applies to the Dodge Ram 3rd Generation.
Pitman arm removal and replacement For those of us who suffer with sloppy steering with our Dodge trucks, there can be many causes. Well the truck shifts perfectly now with overdrive and torque converter lock-up working just like the Dodge engineers designed them to. If you try to hammer on it with an air impact gun, you may end up breaking the puller. What makes it pretty easy to tell if the automatic transmission failure is just a solenoid related issue. Make sure the coolant is topped up. Place jack stands two under the rear axle tube near each tire.
This article applies to the Dodge Ram 2nd Generation 1994-2001. Place the transmission in neutral. Rotate the metal plate on the back of the unit many times to work the cleaner around. The Dodge automatic tranny is very robust and does what it was intended to do very well. Tighten further a little bit, then tap with hammer. The engine is too heavy and powerful for the truck and trans. There is coolant behind the sensor, so you may want to drain some from the radiator before you remove it.
Clunking noise from park to reverse. They are almost the same diameter as the red spray wand found with almost all aerosols. . Your objective is the expose the copper strands of the wire. A fault by engineers at Chrysler should not be a constant head ache for myself and my wallet. The coolant temp sensor s have a few jobs. Vehicle wandered all over the road.
Our test truck is a 1994 Dodge 3500 with the Cummins diesel and 179k miles. Place a mark on the inside of the right rear tire near the pavement and also place a mark on the pavement. I have 2001 2500 with V10 automatic. If you are having trouble getting a wrench on it, remove the alternator first; although, it is possible with it in position. The problem is how to get the cleaner into the sealed unit. If left unchecked, cooling problems can lead to series engine damage like warped heads.
I believe this information to be correct for all 5. If your water pump goes, the motor might go with it. The symptom was too much play in the steering wheel. Here is a shot of the worn out pitman arm. Black and purple you should get 5 volts or very close. Is your temperature gauge rising? Ts steering wheel wouldn't turn. I also show you how to remove the turbo silencer ring for more turbo whistle.