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4th Generation Ram 6.7L Non-Powertrain

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This is a discussion forum of the 2010 to Current 4th Generation Ram Trucks with 6.7L Cummins Turbo Diesel non-power train. This includes cab interior, air conditioning, heating, lighting, body, suspension, brakes, stereos, and other accessories.

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  3. How to add cab filter to 4th gen Rams

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  4. A/C problems - No compressor

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  5. had to sell out lol

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  6. 2008 Dodge with ABS issues

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  7. Welding Procedures 07 -6.7 ,3500

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  9. Fuel lines located

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  10. Rear bumpers

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  11. DIY, DPF delete, sims

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  12. driving lites install

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  13. dash, cods?,diagnostics,demo?

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    • Redroan
      Excuse my ignorance but I'm confused. Wire tap is what adds fuel over stock. With out it it would just fuel like a normal truck? Because right now with out that part. it was fueling hard at WOT. Acting like it was getting plenty of extra fuel 
    • dorkweed
      Had a good chance to test out my "experiment" today.  Drove out to eastern Iowa from NE Illinois today for a retriever hunt test;   and then back today.  With the E15 in my tank, my "Lie-O-Meter" is reading 20.6mpg.  Around 400 miles round trip.   Under very, very, similar conditions and miles last week on a trip to Tomah, WI and back to my place on regular 87 octane regular unleaded, my Lie-O-Meter was reading 21.8mpg.     The E15 lack of "Energy" is very noticeable going up hills and grades.............the Lie-O-Meter drops very fast when compared to regular E10.  Maybe the lack of energy in the fuel was enhanced by where I drove to today.  Once I get about 70 mile West;  it gets really, really hilly.................where the vehicles have to "work" to get up the grades.     I still plan to refill with E15 to get a more "unbiased" opinion...........................   Stay tuned.
    • Dieselfuture
      How did you figure your wheel bearing was bad, did it turn hard or sloppy. Did you change it then, 
    • Mopar1973Man
      I asked my rebuiler about the torque value and thats why you need the tools for torquing the 5th gear nut. I would double check my number but im pretty sure thats what he told me.
    • stevens cummins
      Question is mopar man how are you getting that much on it one to hold the trans and is the tool i find on line strong enough
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