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The best way to fix this is to use flared butt ended fittings, or to replace the line whole. The rubber, while it will hold, is still the weak link in the chain. Over time it will weaken and wear, and ultimately fail. Using the dual ended but joint like I have pictured below (or something like this), if installed correctly, will not fail any sooner than the ...


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Yes its normal. Saw this bundle of water under the car. Frightened me initially. Its water due to condensation. Its nothing to worry.


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It appears there are two pumps which it could actually be. One each for the left and right sides of the vehicle. The part numbers I can find are: Right side: Spectra Premium - SP7050M Bosch - 67774 Left side: Mopar - RL161808AE Spectra Premium - SP7051M These are for the SRT8 6.1L Hemi. These models are for exact fit with housing. You can get a ...


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This is my method of last resort when lube, heat, brute force failed. Loosen all the lug nuts 2-3 turns, alternate between forward and reverse while accelerating 2 or 3 feet in each direction. Hit the brakes hard between each direction change. Have an observer watch for the wheel to move. Jack up the vehicle remove the lug nuts and try the methods that ...


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The easiest way to take care of this which I've found is to: Jack up and secure the vehicle (or wheel) Take all lug nuts off Sit on your butt in front of the offending wheel With your feet, pound alternately from one side to the other until the wheel comes loose This is a process, which can take some time. I've found this works the fastest in getting a ...


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All I can suggest it to soak the rim with a quality Rust Penetrate, squirt it into the lug nut holes with the lug nuts removed, do this several times a day over a few days, rotate the wheel 180 degrees each time right before you soak it, let the penetrate do the work. Once it has soaked a couple of days, get someone with a big foot and large leg to kick the ...


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The 3.7 is notorious for having a rocker arm fall off and or lifters collapsing. This is usually accompanied by a check engine light being illuminated. Use a stethoscope or a long screw driver and try to isolate where the knock is coming from. If it's coming from a valve cover, remove the valve cover and you're likely to find a rocker laying around. If ...


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Most 4x4 vehicles (as opposed to all wheel drive) do not have a differential in the transfer case. The Dodge Durango, has a non-differential transfer case, meaning that the front and rear drive shafts will spin at the same speed all the time in 4 wheel drive. There shouldn't be any problem with removing your front drive shaft and driving your vehicle. As a ...



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