Lower passenger side of the firewall.
It is part of the under hood fuse box.
correct antifreeze for 2006 dodge ram diesel truck
2006 dodge carvian cabin filter location. Where is the filter located?
This is just a guess but No, everthing changed between those two years.
No drain plug, have to remove trans pan to drain.
It is a completely different transmission than what was used with the diesel before.
Above the center of the transmission.
Drain plug for what? Engine, transmission, radiator, gas tank??
The 2006 Dodge Ram 3500 Laramie equipped with the 5.9L V8 (diesel) has a fuel capacity of 34 gallons. In metric liters the capacity is 128.70 liters.
The radiator plug for a 2006 Dodge Ram 1500 is located on the bottom of the radiator on the right side. It is used to drain the coolant during flushes and fluid changes.
either synthetic 5w40 diesel oil or conventional 15w40
In the dash, right in front of the steering wheel :)
The power rating for the 2006 5.9L I-6 Cummins diesel engine is 325 horsepower and 610 pound foot of torque.
I am going to assume this is a diesel fuel water separator assembly. Install it in the fuel system as per the instructions contained in the package. Check and drain it on a regular basis. I drain mine every tank of fuel if I am unsure about the quality of fuel I am getting.
Only need drained when water in fuel light comes on. Filter needs changed every 15,000 miles or once a year.
Driver side of the engine block.
14mm hex wrench (at least on a 2006 Dodge Charger w/ a 3.5L); Upper port to fill; Lower Port to drain.
There isn't one. Pull the lower hose.
Passenger side of firewall, under the ac accumulator.
Engine over full, diesel in the oil, excessive blowby.
The manual is, the auto is a 4 speed.
5w40 synthetic or 15w40 conventional
The manual is called a G56. The automatic is called 48RE.
It is in the fuel tank. It is in the fuel tank.
Auto is a 48 RE manual is a G56
V6 and V8 auto 545 RFE (Chrysler) Diesel auto 48RE (Chrysler) Diesel manual G56 (Getrag)
Red, 5 year, HOAT type
If it's like most cars it doesn't have a drain plug for the tranny, you have to unbolt the tranny pan and take it down.
The oil drain plug is on the passenger side of the oil pan. It is close to the rear corner of the pan.
The 2006 Dodge Durango camshaft position sensor is located on the back end of the head. The position sensor should be labeled as such.
Front of engine, reads off a a tone wheel behind the crankshaft pulley.
The Cummins in a Dodge truck did not get EGR until 2007 with the 6.7L.
Located on the back side of the oil pan.
Left side of engine block, under black plastic screw on lid.
The automatic does not have one. The pan has to be removed to drain the fluid. The manual should have a drain plug on the bottom. The automatic does not have one. The pan has to be removed to drain the fluid. The manual should have a drain plug on the bottom.
It is centered over the transmission. It is above the heat shield.
It is part of the gas pedal.
It is on the driver side of the engine. It is the metal can with the hoses hooked to it.
The dipstick is a special tool only available to the dealer.
It is in the bellhousing on the driver side , near the starter.
All that is required to restart a 2006 Cummins is to add fuel and crank the engine. The fuel system is self bleeding.
Driver side of engine block. About half way front to back, near the top.
ATF+4 auto trans fluid.
There are three, one at the top of the rear axle, and one at each front wheel bearing.
The heater will be in the block behind the oil filter. The cord was optional. You generally have to buy it from the dealer.
Diesel, driver side of the block. Gas, inside the fuel tank, part of the pump module.
remove the pastic skid plate then the oil pan drain plug. The oil will run out of the pan, leaving the engine with no oil unless you replace it (which is very bad)
It is on the bottom of the oil pan. You have to remove the under engine plastic cover.
That is the sensor in the catalytic converter.