How to Remove a Dodge RAM Hub?

Answer The hubs in your Dodge Ram sit in the steering knuckle behind the brake rotor and caliper and carry the entire weight of the wheels. If the bearings in the hub are worn, the hub must be replaced--r... Read More »

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How to Remove a Dodge RAM V10 Oil Pan?

The oil pan under a V10 Dodge Ram contains the lubricating oil used to provide the engine with a sufficient amount of engine oil. The crankshaft on the bottom end of the Ram's engine dips into the ... Read More »

How to Remove the Alternator in a Dodge RAM 4.7?

In 2002, Dodge completely redesigned the Ram lineup while retaining the “big rig” appearance truck enthusiasts enjoyed. The 2002 model year also ushered in two new engines for the Ram: the 215-... Read More »

How to Remove a 5.2 Dodge Fan Assembly?

The cooling fan on the Dodge Ram 5.2-liter engine uses a viscous coupler to apply more or less cooling as the engine speed changes. Removal of the fan and viscous coupler requires the removal of th... Read More »

How to Remove the Hub Bearing on a Dodge 4X4?

The hub bearing on a Dodge 4x4 truck allows the front rotors to spin on the front spindles. These bearings cam stick or freeze, and if they do, then the front wheel could potentially lock up and ca... Read More »