Dodge Ram 3500 Problem Report

Dodge Ram 3500 Intake manifold may leak vacuum or coolant

(3 reports)

The intake manifold gaskets may leak. Coolant loss may be noticed as coolant leaks into the engine oil and/or there may be a rough idle or whistling noise. The intake gaskets need to be replaced if they are leaking coolant internally to prevent engine damage.

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