Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
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If you usually handy atr doing other vehicle repairs, this job is worth for you to do it yourself.
Mine blew out on the way to eork, and I had a busy week, so I had it towed to a local shop. Estimates were through the roof, so I had it towed back home. Good thing I did, because it was a piece of cake.
The job took 2 hours, as I cleaned everything before re-assembly. I also replaced the rad hoses, heater hoses, clamps, coolant, water pump, and thermostat.
One important note: Go to Autozone / Advance Auto, and rent the cluth fan tools, for the application. That was the hardest part, but with those tools, it was easy.
But good luck, and let us know if you need more input, or details!!:Thumbup:
2008 Dodge 2500 Mega Ram, SLT, Powered by a little 'ol 408 cubic inch six cylinder!!!
Chrysler's warranty = Not worth the paper it is printed on!!!
Gone, but not forgotten!!!
1997 FORD F-250 HD
7.3L, XLT, Off-Road Package
3.55's, E4OD, 4wd, Dana 60 swap, 3" Sky RSK, 315/70/17's on Racelines.