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Old September 1st, 2007, 09:16 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Newride View Post
And if your an engineer the DPF pipes suck and the threads on them need a pitch change !
huh? Do you build Cummins, Isuzu or internationals? How does building one of you make a systems engineer for all 3?


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Once you hit enough miles there is a burn off on the exhaust .. You are required to run at a consistent speed for 20 minutes, if you fail to do so the burn stops ... you have 3 chances to do this burn off before the computer puts you in a limp home mode and you are required to go to the dealership to have it "fixed" after 3 burn offs the cat is toast ! Thats coming for our engineers at the plant not something I'm pulling out of my ass. Yeah way to go new low sulfur diesel fuel

yeah, thats the shitty Dodge system (like I said earlier in the thread).

The Ford regen process doesn't require that.

If the Dodge cats can't take 3 regen cycles, they're screwed... as will you be.
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