1990 Dodge W150 Questions
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Keeps leaking while engine cools. Coolant runs down timing cover left side. No water in oil. Thanks
I've checked tons of auto part sites and can't find one anywhere in town, the auto stores don't carry them, and the few trucks I found in the scrap yards around town either didn't have a fuel tank anymore, or the the scrapyard knocked a hole in it, Any know where I could find one, or one that's compatible?
The truck run when first started, will idle for about 30 seconds and then dies. I have my Genisys hooked up and the coolant temp and air charge temp will go from normal to -198 degrees, the battery voltage will drop to 0 and the RPM will drop to 0 then they all go back to normal, then drop again. Have replaced the temp sensor, the hall effect in the dist and the O2 sensor. Have no idea, please help. It will start back up but I have to cycle the switch a couple of times then it will start and then die after a couple of seconds.
The truck will run for a little while then stall out. with my genisys hooked up I can watch the data stream and the battery volt will drop to 0, the RPMs drop to 0 the air intake temp and coolant temp bounce from normal temp to -198, have replaced the pickup coil in dist, coolant temp sensor, O2 sensor, tried a different computer, nothing helped. HELP please
Slave cylinder is a Lockheed, the master is missing so I don't have much to go on. The mounting bolts are 3/8" diameter on a 3" center mounted in the horizontel position. It uses a Dodge slant 6 engine with 4 speed manual trans. The truck is about the size of a Subaru SW for use in a shop. Anyone got any ideas. Thanks Jeff
1987 Dodge ram 150 or 1500 pick up truck. I've put 2 new alternators in & neither one is showing voltage or what ever & isn't charging battery & my mechanics & I can't figure out why. please help?
we have pulled the hub and and cant get the bearing out of there is there a special tool or does it just need more force? It is a four wheel drive, once i removed the hub and the peice behind it there is 2 1/4" diameter fitting with four indents with what appears to be screwholes in the center of each one