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2nd Generation Dodge 12 Valve Powertrain

This is a discussion forum of the 1994 to 1998 2nd Generation Dodge Ram Trucks with 5.9L 12 Valve Cummins Turbo Diesel power train and drive line system. This includes all sub-system including wiring, fuel, oil, exhaust, air, transmission, computers and sensors.

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  2. List of Videos for Reference

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  3. P7100 Inner Workings

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  4. 1997 Dodge Cummins - Full color wiring diagrams

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  5. Error Code Retrieval

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  6. 12V Part layout of the engine

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  7. Trans Swap ? 47RH to 47RE

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  8. Starter

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  9. 2wd nv4500 no speedo...has me lost

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  10. Frantz oil filter any input/updates?

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  11. Cleaning sensors with oil change?

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  12. 95 12 valve busted gear case

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  13. 1997 12 valve purchase

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  14. Pinion seal

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  15. HELP NEEDED ASAP

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  16. P pump not able to tune

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  17. Ignition Problem

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  18. 3500 Dually to Sinlge/Dana 80 to 70

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  19. Knocking sound.

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  20. Rebuilding an AC Delco starter?

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    • IBMobile
        That sensor, impact sensor 56006911, is used in 1994-1997 Dodge Rams and the wiring diagram for a 2001 ram 2500 does not show them.  If that broken sensor was used by the SRS the airbag fault light would be on.    Did you have those inner fenders replaced with used parts?
    • notlimah
      Lookin good! 
    • Me78569
      @AH64ID  Can you shed any insight into the reason for setting timing at 18.02* regardless of RPM?

      Here's an example where the foot is to the floor and fuel is maxed, timing at 18.02* for nearly the entire log.



      Here's an example of increasing tps input while fueling is maxed, the jump at line ~26 in tps causes timing to go 18.02* but before that timing is dynamic related to rpm and load


      Given that timing doesn't go to 18.02* at single point related to tps or fueling alone, but related to both together,
      I am assuming that 18.02* is what is called for in the map whenever load is at %100?  Load being true ECM calculated engine load?

      you have a lot more experience in the actual maps.  How would this look in the rpm vs load transient map?  





      I am assuming the far right column would be the same number?  How is mm3 axis related to load in this situtation?  could this map alone make the above data loga happen?  Any thoughts on why so much timing is pulled compared to stock on the S03?  

      If the above map is possible to make the above logs happen would you mind showing me what that would look like?  a paint circle around the row and columns would be plenty for me to wrap my mind around it.

      Thanks for any insight you can offer, this is confusing to me.
       
    • The_Hammer
      @Explosives87   I went with the H1's as they are much easier to install and put out a ton of light. I would also highly recommend you order the retro rubber adhesive. It's only $12, makes reattaching the lenes stupid easy, and one roll will do about 4 of our headlights.
    • rogerash0
      My truck is a 98.5 and I havnt seen these on my truck what so ever. What gives?
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