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As long as you are running Light Truck (LT) tires, you should be just fine. Manufacturers take into account the tire pressure is going to go up due to heat buildup. This is why you check tire pressures when they are cold so you don't get a false reading on them. If you lower the pressures to 80psi when hot, you'd actually be causing your tires to overheat ...


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Incandescent bulbs produce somewhere around 11 lumens of light per watt on average, so a 12.8W would produce about 140 lumens of light. LEDs produce about 80 lumens per watt on average, so you'd get over 1000 lumens off of a 12.8 watt LED. So the short answer is you'll get 8 times more light from an LED. 1000 lumens is close to a high beam headlight, which ...


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There are two things to check. First, ensure there's nothing blocking the radiator. A plastic bag or something in front of the radiator can cause these kinds of issues, especially if it falls back down to where the radiator is clear when the vehicle is sitting still. Your lower (or both) radiator hose may be collapsing. When the engine and coolant system is ...


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Exhaust leaks can only be found if it's bad enough for the Oxygen sensor to detect it - which is unlikely. Investing in a $30 code scanner for your glove box is a great thing, but it's unlikely you have a pending DTC to tell you what's up. Since this is a 5.7 Hemi, I would recommend changing your oil before you do anything. As the owner of one, I've learned ...


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I agree with what @Moab said in the comments: This appears to be a bleeding problem. I'm not sure what method you are using to bleed your brakes, however I've recently found the virtue of using a vacuum operated brake bleeder. This is the type which you plug one end onto the brake bleeder fitting and then suck the fluid through to a reservoir (you can pick ...


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Ihave a2019 2500 Laramie it was doing the same thing I turned on the recirculating cab air button on and boom I’m cooking now


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