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  1. Mopar1973Man

    Foglight wiring issues

    You are missing a ground then. Take notice there is two ground leads on the headlight switch which the fog lamps have there own ground leg.
  2. Out here typically all gasoline is black. Diesel is green and even the hose is green.
  3. You might want to look up the MSDS sheets for most of the cetane and anti-gel products and you'll find out its just as bad as gasoline. Xylene, Naptha, and other common chemicals. This is one reason why I favor true oil additives over stuff like PowerService that doesn't contain any lube oil at all. A true lubricant can be left to the air forever and it will remain oil. Now leave PowerService exposed to the air it will evaporate and turn to sticky tar base goo. If you are worried about gasoline just drop a 1 quart shot of 2 cycle oil to the fuel. DO NOT use ATF!!!!
  4. Mopar1973Man

    2wd low setup

    Thank you for the kind comments...
  5. Mopar1973Man

    Hello Everybody!

    Seat heater has an open circuit. Typically you have to replace the heater element in the seat.
  6. Mopar1973Man

    Garage - 2002 Dodge Ram 2500

    My tag line still holds true for the most part. "Achieve your destination." Always done that. Yeah might of had a few failures and towed twice but heading for 400k milestone.
  7. Mopar1973Man

    Foglight wiring issues

    If can grab a DVM or test light and test for power at the bulb plug and see if the power is going out. Need to figure out is it the +12V going away or is the ground missing at the outage times. This will help me figure out the next step. Being the bulb is the electrical load and you need a POS and NEG power source.
  8. Mopar1973Man

    ABS kicking in

    "The Worlds Greatest Group of Cummins Minds" all in one spot on the internet... The more you hang around and talk to people you learn so much and there are so many resources at your fingertips.
  9. Mopar1973Man

    Foglight wiring issues

    That right there points to bad fuse which is weird. Typically a fuse will heat slightly with the load and then open if its cracked then slowly cool and then close and then the light will come back on.
  10. Mopar1973Man

    ABS kicking in

    I'm hoping he gets the final product made. It actually reads all the data on the CCD network. I'm hoping he adds the high idle on and off switch too in the future.
  11. Mopar1973Man

    Garage - 1996 Dodge Ram 1500

    I had something happen that was rather strange on my last trip down to Ontario, OR. I got to my gate to lock up like usual and rolled the headlight switch over to cargo. Locked my gate and rolled it back to the normal dimmer. Then proceeded to get rolling to notice in a short distance the panel light went out. Didn't know my tail light and front marker lights were also out. When I got home reviewed the wiring diagrams it was fuse 15 in the dash that supplies the power for those circuits. After replacing the fuse I'm back to normal. I played it safe and bought a headlight switch for the truck... Man those things are expensive at $109 from NAPA...
  12. Mopar1973Man

    Garage - 2002 Dodge Ram 2500

    Before I start paying my bills for my medical I jump in and got a set of 7 x 0.010 injectors coming from DAP and having them popped at 320 bar. I know my current injectors are near end of life so I'm going to get fresh injectors coming.
  13. Mopar1973Man

    47RE advice

    Thank you for the wonderful comments for the M73M site and gang... I would contact @Dynamic and talk to Jon about this. I'm sure he can help sort this out for you. Jon is an awesome transmission guy and extremely knowledgeable.
  14. Mopar1973Man

    Foglight wiring issues

    @Marcus2000monster Have you pulled the bulbs and checked the sockets and the filaments? It's possible for the filament to break and vibrate causing the same thing to happen with flicker.
  15. Mopar1973Man

    ABS kicking in

    @Marcus2000monster I created a support ticket to Chris O so he should get the message and I also linked him to the post above.
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