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Coolant diagram 6.7L dual radiators

Discussion in 'Heavy Duty' started by Wallyb4, Jan 14, 2021.

  1. Wallyb4

    Wallyb4 Junior Member

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    Good Morning all.

    I am new to this site. I own a 2014 Ram 2500 Laramie Heavy Duty 4X4 with the 6.7L Cummins.
    My question is does anyone have the diagram of the coolant system? I just replaced the upper y pipe and trying to learn Diesel. Any help would be apricated.
     
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    I can tell you what I've discovered in the last couple of weeks. The primary Rad is the same in the 15+ models, meaning you can bypass the second one if you no longer want a dual setup.
     
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    I dont mind the dual, just trying to figure out the hoses is a pain. Also wondering how to bleed any air out of the system after I replaced the upper y pipe.
     
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    I have to do the same thing this weekend. You just burp the system. Are you replacing them with the OEM hoses or just swapping the Y's for a Billet version?
     
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    I swapped the upper one with the one piece aluminum. Ordered it from Amazon like $85 dollars. It came with the clamps. Took me about an hour. Straight forward repair.
     

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