2013 Dodge Grand Caravan
Take your sensors off your old one before swapping! That video didn't mention it, but the coolant temp sensor has a different connector on the newer version.
I've seen some of the rocks those Wranglers try to climb. The jarring forces of rock climbing can really stress the top heavy filter adapter.That's why I do my own changes, but there were reports, especially in Jeeps, of crack/leaks before 1st oil change was even done.
Not the exact part number, but it's an identical part. It may have a different sensor in the lower position that needs to be swapped for the one on yours.The needed part is 68105583af. I've searched a few auto parts websites myself, but they are all out of stock.
This repair alone will cost $880 plus tax. They want me to pay $135 for the diagnostic, but will only add that to the servicing price if done within 30 days (there's no ETA on when this part will be available).
It will, you just have to get more parts. You need the cooler block, cap, and filter from the 2014+. I'd also grab spare sensors in case you can't get the old ones off.So, I’m curious. I have a 2011 DGC and this part “does not fit” according to many sites (including Dorman). Based on most YouTube university videos, I’m guessing it would fit but the oil filter would just be the newer design? Thoughts?
Damaged valve covers can make it look like an oil cooler leak.Having the sam issues 2017 ram replaced the housing and it still leaking replaced the gaskets and it’s still leaking I’m so stumped right now truck has 60000