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How does the box on top of the engine come off on a 2004 4.7 Ram? I need to get at the spark plugs but cannot get the box off. Thanks
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Some have a clamp on the throttle body that needs to be loosened and some don't. Some will come off with a firm pull toward the front of the truck and some have two bolts located at the base on either side of the box.
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i just did mine today there is 2 bolts one on each side and a clamp on the back you need to take the 2 bolts out and lossen the clamp then pull to the front of the truck and up at the same time it will come right off
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Thank you. I will give it a try.
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