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  1. Mopar1973Man

    Ready to do a fuel system

    Mean this? https://www.glacierdieselpower.com/i-1206-98-5-02-gdp-dodge-ram-mk-7-big-line-kit-heated.html One filter is nearly half the cost of an AirDog or FASS pump kit.
  2. Mopar1973Man

    Airdog filters only?

    On a BHAF I've been known to drill a hole large enough to insert the filter minder in the head of the filter. The OEM filter minder was designed in inches of water column not inches of mercury.
  3. Mopar1973Man

    Center Console/Armrest

    Dang only one port. I'm in the process of looking at re-doing my accessories in the cab. Right now I need 3 USB ports 2 Amp minimum. Basically 2 cellphones and I want to change up my Garmin from a cigarette lighter charger to a Mini-B USB cord. I've been looking into 12V USB port and solutions.
  4. Mopar1973Man

    I think my ECM took a crap

    Nicely done cable setup you got there.
  5. Mopar1973Man

    REAR Vibration

    @KATOOM has the best suggestion. I would set it up in a driveway or quiet parking lots so if for some reason it jumps the jack stands no one will get hurt nor damage occur to the truck or buildings. Have a man running the throttle in the cab and second man safely looking from ground level at everything spinning and see what is shaking.
  6. Mopar1973Man

    Ready to do a fuel system

    @trreed Could you do an article listing out all those parts, where you got them and how you installed your setup.
  7. I see no reason for a two-year warranty. I've just cleared my 1-year warranty on the Midwest Injection pump that I bought from DAP and tapped the wire and still going. The sad part is, with 60k miles per year it will be worn out in 4 years.
  8. Mopar1973Man

    Airdog filters only?

    Spray the tube with WD-40 or silicone spray and then go for a drive in a dusty area. After a good amount of dusty roads and travel wipe the tube out with a clean white rag and see if any dirt comes out.
  9. Mopar1973Man

    Apps going bad? No codes

    On the graph / logs section select one on the positions. Like I've selected the first one it will ask to select a PID. Do a search for Absolute throttle position.
  10. Mopar1973Man

    Center Console/Armrest

    @Macarena Man Could you shoot a picture of the power point and USB in the upper. I'm curious of the upper console. Does it say way Amp the USB is?
  11. Mopar1973Man

    Apps going bad? No codes

    You'll see the same thing numerically. You'll watch the TPS signal and slowly squeeze the throttle and watch the percentage of TPS from 0 to 100 percent. Watching for sudden changes or jump in the signal.
  12. Mopar1973Man

    Apps going bad? No codes

    Wrong values that is G force. It's attempting to measure the G force X, Y, or Z directions. You what Throttle Position Sensor (TPS).
  13. Mopar1973Man

    No boost

    Either the exhaust is plugged or the exhaust manifold is cracked enough there isn't enough flow to get the turbo turbine to build boost. Boost leaks in the air system somewhere. Damage to the turbo, the turbine is damaged from excessive heat or broke the turbo shaft.
  14. Mopar1973Man

    Apps going bad? No codes

    Plug in the OBDLink. Install the OBDLink App on your phone. Pair the bluetooth or hook up on the WiFi. Now monitor the TPS signal as you drive on your cellphone. Pretty simple. Hence why I've got the gooseneck in my truck. https://mopar1973man.com/garage/modification/279-mobile-phone-gooseneck/#
  15. I'm pretty sure its Midwest Injection.