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What is the best way to get at the very cramped engine end of the top radiator hose of a 1994 dodge ram 3500 with a 360?

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2007-01-18 03:06:47
2007-01-18 03:06:47

You might want to remove the bracket that goes from the intake manifold to the large support peice for the air conditionong compressor

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