The automatic is a 47RE. The manual is a NV4500.
if you are facing the engine, its on the bottom left side of the the engine. Close to radiator.The cam sensor on a 4.7L is under the front corner of the passenger side cylinder head.
Next time it won't start spray a little starting fluid into the air cleaner then immediately try to start it. If you don't get a response you probably don't have any spark. If you get a response even briefly you have a fuel delivery problem.
if you have a throtal body spacer there is a good chance that it is not receiving enough fuel and too much air I had that problem with me dodge and I was told to either buy a bigger fuel pump or larger fuel line
Need to know what the symptoms are and any codes it has.
A hemi is the name of a chrysler v8 that came with cylinders that have hemispherical combustion chambers(half a circle). New genIII hemi's are not trun hemi's like the ones from the 50's-70's. They have modified chambers with 2 squish pads(more oval looking). Thier legend is based their superior ...
No. The control solenoid and sensors are not the same.
Because in the early years people thought that pickup trucks were for work not to be driven like cars.
Weld a larger nut over the broken bolt and let it cool. It will turn out for you.
How do you adjust rear band on transmission for a vs commodore 6hdd? f
Automatic transmission = ATF + 4.
normally, a gas engine run at 180 degrees(any),if you no sure check the thermostat opening in degrees.Stock thermostats run at 200-210 degrees which is standard for most vehicles past 1990. However, 180 degree thermostats are available and popular.
you have bought a general motors car
You can't. The bearings and the hub are assembled as one and expected to last the life of the vehicle. When the hub/bearings do fail, the assembly is replaced as one unit.
When required, it'll regenerate while traveling down the road at highway speeds. In order to force a parked regeneration, you'd need a OBDII scan tool - I'm not talking about a code reader, I mean one with two way communications and command functions. Although it's a Cummins engine, Dodge uses th...
I believe it's a 7/8-14x1" shoulder bolt, though I'm not 100% certain.
The late 50 and through the 60 were the very best years for muscle cars . All the car companys tried the make the hottest car durning the time frame. Now all the cars have gone to smog motors and no horsepower. If you were around in the 1960 you would know the cars now are over rated Junk .
I assume you are refering to the radiator overflow bottle. The required coolant is red 5 year antifreeze(not dexcool).
No!!!! Regular Anti-Freeze is not a combustible liquid! Gasoline already has a "gas line anti-freeze" added to it in cold climates. In extremely cold areas, one small bottle of "gas line Anti-freeze" purchased at an Auto Parts store will help.
A 1996 Dodge Ram does not use a mass airflow sensor. It has a MAP sensor mounted in front of the throttle body.
The automatic transmission uses ATF+4. The manual transmission uses a special manual transmission fluid from Mopar.