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Hi Tambria, I believe that they would be interchangeable, but I would nonetheless check out that question at a Dodge dealer parts department just to be sure as they have the parts catalogs for both years
Hi Kasadee, What you described seems to point at the battery wires rather than the battery itself. The loss of power steering happens when the engine stalls because that steering assistance is powered
Hi Mike, I checked the '04 manual and could not find a drawing which shows the evaporator pan drain tube. However in most vehicles you would find it under the truck, coming through either the floor pan
Hi Brandon, There are two different abs systems, one is rear wheel only the other is all wheel. I suspect that you have the all wheel type. Have you checked the wires from the speed sensor at the rear
Hi Brandon, That is interesting. Let me make and finish breakfast and do a few other necessary tasks, then get back to you with what I can find out from the service manual. Roland