Guide to 2007 Dodge ram 1500 seat removal for cleaning rear window
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Guide to 2007 Dodge ram 1500 seat removal for cleaning rear window

Today I will show you a little bit about taking the back seat out of my truck. My back window has a piece of tape on it, a piece of stuff but it’s all busted out so now to get the glass out of my truck.

I should remove the seat take the seat out of here, I think it’s just the four bolts, two on each side and seat should come right out of there. Flips up there’s a bolt, there’s a bolt over there there’s just the four bolts take these four bolts out.

I will just take these bolts out; I have just up pulled every thread of this bold.

Almost need a breaker bar and all I did was pick up on the seat you see the little brackets they got on here. Hang down inside a little hook, your seat can move up and down when you pick the bottom of the seat up and down.

Almost need a breaker bar and all I did was pick up on the seat you see the little brackets they got on here. Hang down inside a little hook, your seat can move up and down when you pick the bottom of the seat up and down.

So that’s my plan back to another bolt, I got the last bolt out for the seat belt that’s five bolts total, four for the seat, the one holds a seat belt on the far end and one for the seat belt in the middle. We go pull the little seat right out. Then you have the seat not slightly remove the seat from a 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 crew cab.

 

The guide to clean the 3th Gen Dodge Ram throttle body assembly
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The guide to clean the 3th Gen Dodge Ram throttle body assembly

We’re going to show you how to clean the throttle body on Dodge Ram. This one’s a 2008 5.7-liter Hemi cleaning procedures similar for a lot of different makes and models of vehicles. You’ll need a flat blade screwdriver, 8-10-millimeter sockets with a ratchet and extension a cleaning brush rag cleaner and a pair of gloves.

First step, Use a 10-millimeter wrench to remove the negative terminal of the battery and open the airbox by releasing the metal clips. Pop it out of its holders release and using a flat blade screwdriver loosen the clamp on the rear of the inlet pipe. Remove the assembly, the bottom half of airbox simply lifts off its retainers, comes right out of the truck.

Next, remove the two 10 millimeter bolts one behind the alternator, one behind the oil cap, access the intake air temp sensor at the front, push down on the connector, remove it from the IAT, remove the air box from the vehicle

Disconnecting the battery, spray some throttle body safe cleaner into the throttle body. Using the toothbrush or soft bristled parts brush, open the blade by hand, got some buildup on the back of the blade. Clearing away all that gum and debris be sure to clean inside the actual bore of the throttle body.

After you’ve completed cleaning your throttle body to your liking, reconnect your airbox components and your battery.

Reinstall the end of the airbox with the silicone gasket over the end of the throttle body, tighten up the bolt behind the oil fill cap and behind the alternator. Reinstall the intake tube onto the airbox and the PCV breather hose lock the lid of the airbox back onto its hinge. Close it, lock it back down and tighten the intake tube clamp with a flat blade screwdriver. Reinstall negative battery terminal tighten it back with a ten-millimeter socket.