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  2. Mopar1973Man

    I keep getting P0237

    Body grounds are NOT sensor ground. Sensor ground are a floating ground created by the ECM.
  3. magammo

    cp3 issue?

    03 with 271k. It has an occasional knocking sound as well as it stops gaining RPM at 2100 then starts a squealing noise. the knocking noise which only happens at low start off RPMs and then quits, comes and goes but the RPM issue is constant. does this sound like a CP3 issue or something else? are the two symptoms related?
  4. Today
  5. dripley

    What an evening

    That job didn't match your credo for sure, "Overpaid and Underworked".
  6. Quadzilla Power

    Quadzilla not working right?

    Step 1: Check your grounds. Bad grounds can cause all sorts of weird issues including sensors not reading properly. Its not just the ground to the Adrenaline box either, the transmission temp sensor relies on the ground to the chassis and engine block to function properly. If it isn't grounded properly it can't read properly. Double check all grounds for corrosion or bad connections. We'll go from there.
  7. Hawkez

    What an evening

    There is no way you are paid enough.
  8. dripley

    What an evening

    At first I thought it had to grease. That manhole is down stream of the interceptor. But a piece #3 rebar proved me wrong. Definitely no grease, just poop and tp plus various other none flushable paper products. Even found a stolen credit card. Turns out after rodding and hosing it all to break it up I found about 6" of recycled concrete in the bottom of the manhole fouling things up. Never knew poop could clump up into a 20 pound s**t brick.
  9. Ed ke6bnl

    I keep getting P0237

    I will check the grounds next.
  10. dripley

    I keep getting P0237

    I struggled with this code and the engine running greatly defuled. While observing my scan gauge you could see and feel when signal dropped out. I am 99% sure mine is in the wiring harness near the ECM. I was able to grab the harness, move it some and squeezed it. The problem went away. Also had a surging issue that I dealt with in same manner. That issue started again 3 days ago. Performed the same grabbing of the harness and it quit. There is a ground splice in that location for most of the sensors and I believe that is my issue. You might give that a try and see if the code stays away after clearing it
  11. Mopar1973Man

    I keep getting P0237

    Wiring issue, boost fooler issues, possible MAP sensor. Basically having a low volt issue. There is a margin on sensor voltage so if it drips to low or rises to high will trip a code. Boost coolers typical cover just high voltage. Edge comp I know you can unplug the MAP sensor and still not throw a code.
  12. Me78569

    I keep getting P0237

    in theory the edge should prevent that code from happening unless it is bad or you have a short between the edge and ecm.
  13. JAG1

    What an evening

    Grease trap interceptor not functioning properly? May find a post hole digging tool handy for getting that out. Yum Yum
  14. I keep getting P0237 when I rev the engine quickly, was lucky it did not do it for the Calif. smog check because it passed without throwing the code for him. I read that it is turbo boost sensor A circuit low. would appreciate some info on this. why and what sensor is reading this. truck seems to run fine and boost will go from 0 to 28 psi. thanks.
  15. JAG1

    Cummins mistake

    Price of nice second gens just went up two clicks
  16. AH64ID

    Airdog filters only?

    All pumps are rated at 0 psi, not 0 restriction. Filters are part of the pump, and when clean they do not offer a restriction worthy of discussing. The reason filters are so large is to provide enough surface area to not hinder flow until the filter is significantly plugged. That being said, the standard AD filters lack significant media to efficiently filter and flow what they need to. The problem with exceeding a filters flow is that you run the increased risk of pushing water and contaminants thru the media, while hindering performance. @notlimah, I wouldn't use the P558000 as it only has an 85% f/w separating rating. For some reason many Donaldson filters lack the f/w separation rates of the Baldwin or Fleetguard crosses, which is why I generally recommend Baldwin and/or Fleetguard f/w seps. If you have the vertical room try to run the P551311, or better yet the new DBF5817 with Synteq XP media. For the f/w Sep I would look at the FS1000. It only has a 90 GPH rating, but should support a FASS still making good pressure.
  17. PilotHouse2500

    Suspension measurements needed

    ok thanks gang, plans this weekend to torch the springs and get the cab mounts welded in. Pics to follow on the build thread.
  18. notlimah

    Cummins mistake

    Nooooooooooo
  19. dripley

    Airdog filters only?

    I think the pumps do but they dont take the filters into consideration. Even the Donaldson filters wont flow the fuel the pumps are supposed to push. @AH64ID is a better person to explain that. I have to admit I have never free flowed mine to see. I do know that my VP filled a 5 gallon in less than 30 minutes with one injector line diverted to it.
  20. Don't know if it will help but here is a working diagram for the sensor harness for CM550 VP44 ISB.
  21. dripley

    Cummins mistake

    Technicalities, always with the technicalities. Who knows you might be the only 2nd gen with the issue. Maybe we need to tear your motor down and see.
  22. Marcus2000monster

    Manual Boost Controller

    Not reading the whole post are you?? I have a qaudzilla boost fooler.
  23. notlimah

    Cummins mistake

    I thought @04Mach1 was saying this was a Common Rail 5.9 issue not for us 2nd gen bubbas?
  24. notlimah

    Airdog filters only?

    They definitely don’t flow what they say they do but I can’t remember what causes that to be the case. @AH64ID I’m currently about to use Donaoldson 551313 & 558000 for fuel/water on my FASS, is there a better mixed matched combo for flow rates?
  25. dripley

    What an evening

    Reversing connecting rods would have been a lot more fun. Might have got beer while I was doing it too. Knew you had to have one that. BAWK!!!!!!!!!!!
  26. IBMobile

    What an evening

  27. 04Mach1

    What an evening

    Looks like a crappy evening.... Literally
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