How to Replace Lower Radiator Hose 2002-08 Dodge RAM

How to Replace Lower Radiator Hose 2002-08 Dodge RAM

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If the radiator hoses on your Dodge Ram Truck are starting to become brittle, crack, or leak, or you are planning to do a regular coolant flush, now is a great time to replace the hoses with new direct fit parts from TRQ. This video shows you how to install a new direct fit lower radiator hose from TRQ in your 2002-2009 Dodge Ram 1500.

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Ward stanford says:

Is there a thermostat on the bottom rad. hose area, as well as the upper thermostat?

Cherry Flava says:

But where is the hose located exactly plz?

David Brooks says:

Should use constant tension clamps

Jason Sepulveda says:

What if it continues to over heat ? Am I doing something wrong

A Flood of Solace John Whigham says:

Good video. Thanks

Ryan Saunders says:

Shouldn't you bleed out the system by running the heater until the air bubbles stop coming from the rad?

Melvin Bishop says:

Why not green coolant?

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