Matched set for this vehicles application. I also have a friend with a 2005 Ram with a gas engine. Matched set for this vehicles application. Assuming the hose was the problem I replaced it. Different injectors, different turbos, different exhaust systems 2004. And install is the reverse. And install is the reverse.
Nearly all car components, when allowed to stay in their worn-out or impaired state, can cause further damage to associated or nearby automotive parts. I then started the truck and ran it for what seemed like forever before it hit 190 degrees and the thermostat opened. This is about my 4th or 5th water pump on this truck, but the 1st outside of the warranty period. Water Pump and Fan Clutch share the same shaft. Most Cummins enthusiasts would agree that this new system is easier to get big horsepower from and all without sacrificing diesel fuel economy. The clutch fan, and pulley, then the water pump is right there i believe being held on by 4 bolts only and remove. Remember to place the wate pump o-ring on the water pump and hold in place with sort of adhesive just to make sure it doesn't slip out during installation or this will cause a leak.
We love when auto parts experts come to our site and we love when car parts newbies come to our site. Draining the coolant really takes a long time. Follow those tubes back to the 'common rail'. I was sure to remove it from the old hose and insert it into this one. There are several posts on the forums from people with similar issues. The new hose on the truck. This job was not going to be easy on my knuckles, but we bought a new water pump and lower radiator hose why not? Water Pump and Fan Clutch share the same shaft.
I typically get my parts from Napa or Advance Auto parts. Should be 2 bolts that hold it on and a hose clamp on the intake hose. You can also plug the drain permanently with some epoxy and when you need to drain your radiator again just remove the lower radiator hose. This engine has a O-ring instead of a gasket, put a little oil on the O-ring before installing. Follow the large hose from the brake booster towards the front.
All Replacement items are backed by a 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty. I do have two questions, one what is the best source for parts? I used some simple locking pliers to loosen the clamp. Here is a link that I found. Anyway, it was a fun project and I got a good feeling of accomplishment afterwards. The garage is a source of joy for me and I hope it remains that way until I die happy from old age.
If you know much about the motor. Draining the old fluid was a breeze. Jun 18, 2010 the water pumps on these engines are some of the easiest to replace. From there, you can follow the pressure line which feeds that rail back to the filter housing. As for our water pump, the truck is still running great and still no leaks yet.
I guess it was about 40 minutes per drain. You can tell because the level will drop in the rad or over bottle, depending on what controls the fluid. This is a view of the water pump opening once the pump was removed. Let it open two or three times, and go for test drive, all should be well. The gas engines do not have a vacuum pump. As you can see there are still some stains from the water pump leak on it. Thanks for the comment, Mr.
I tend to not go for the cheapest part when shopping for them. Thanks for the info and I am just a little jealous of your shop. I am always pro do-it-yourself because a it's really rewarding when you are done and you can see the fruits of your labor, and b it's sooo much cheaper. Then remove the serpentine belt from the water pump pulley. You will need to drain the cooling system, raise the car safely , remove the right tire, right inner fender, right engine mount aka front mount , accessory drive belts, timing belt cover, timing belt and tensioner which needs to be recompressed correctly , and now you are at the water pump. And no I didn't remove any brackets to do the job. Water Pump, Fan Clutch, Gaskets and Hardware included.