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Old 12-24-2008, 09:03 PM
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you made me forget wut i was going to ask......

did you get yur heat problem fixed ,, eh !
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NO !!Actually, i have heat when i recirculate it through my cab. and there is some heat. i really hope its a differnt problem.
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Im on the hit list? I dont understand?I am going to put pics up, i just want to wait till i can wash her, and take a god pic of her and I! But fellas , i play hard ball with the best of em here in red deer! LOL I have heard every comment out there! I have thick skin, but so soft! lol
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Im on the hit list? I dont understand?I am going to put pics up, i just want to wait till i can wash her, and take a god pic of her and I! But fellas , i play hard ball with the best of em here in red deer! LOL I have heard every comment out there! I have thick skin, but so soft! lol
oh......boy... i've godda go to Canada now eh !
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Im on the hit list? I dont understand?I am going to put pics up, i just want to wait till i can wash her, and take a god pic of her and I! But fellas , i play hard ball with the best of em here in red deer! LOL I have heard every comment out there! I have thick skin, but so soft! lol
take yur time dont blame yu on waitin till its nice to post a pic of yur trk wen its all purrrtty lookin
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Hey MissRam

Just wondering. Did you get that heat problem solved? Kind of wondering as I have the same problem with my 95 Ram. I took the truck in and like a dummy they told me that it was the thermostat. I tended to be skeptical as the temp was steady at 95, but I thaought that they knew better so I let them change it out. $250 later, just warm air still. Sheeeesh!!!
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if anyone with this problem has changed a hose or had the system open or really low on water it could be trapped air in the system. try jacking up the right front, as high as you can, then take cap off and run truck untill its at operating temp if the water in rad. goes down, like a quart or more there is your problem ,refill and put the cap on. I been thru this 2 time but they were both 4x4. it looks to me like the heater core may be a little higher than the filler neck on the rad. it really need a bleeder on the engine so it can be refilled without any problems. Hope it helps may take a little time but no money!
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