1. Drain Coolant2. Take fan clutch off3. Take fan shroud off4. Take the serp. belt5. Take the brace on the A/C and Alt. bracket6. Take the A/C compressor off the bracket (but do not recover freon)7. Take the idler pulley off8. Take the bracket off but leave the alt. attached to bracket9. Pull the wiring off the temp.gauge on the intake by the tstat housing10. Take the bypass hose clamps off by using a hose clamp pliers.11. Take the lower radiator hose off12. Take the bolts out of the water pump and take the pump off with a little tap with a hammer or pry it off.13. Clean off old gasket14. Install in reverse
This done the same way as the v8
To replace the water pump in my 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 v8, it was $375 including labor and everything.
yes you can
Drain the anti-freeze from the 1997 Dodge Ram 1500 cooling system. Remove the water return hose from the water pump. Remove the water pump retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new water pump.
The automatics are not interchangeable.
A 1998 Dodge Ram does not have EGR.
yes it is the same cab all parts will bolt right on
Depends on the year.
You need the user manual which has steps on how you can replace a shifter knob on a 2002 Dodge RAM 1500 with standard transmission.
2.7l is about $1000 to $1500 3.5 about $450 - $550 with a 2.7 the water pump is in the motor
Unhook from both ends and blow out with air and replace fuel filter.
Regular 87 octane.
Pull the gas tank and replace the pump.
Remove the water supply hoses from your 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
how to remove and replace transmission fluid pressure switch on a 2002 dodge ram 1500
You need to remove the ac compressor, alternator, and their mounting bracket.
The Ram does not have a timing belt.
No you can not
The guy that changed the pump on the 98 Chevy Truck helped me on my 97 Dakota.
sounds like you need to replace the heater core