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  1. Mopar1973Man

    Neat Quadzilla trick

    Kind of want the new screen but kind of love the wireless. Neat to grab you mobile device and stand at the engine monitoring sensors and engine stats. Just wish the Bluetooth hooked up consistent every time. Lot of shut down and start up of the app.
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    My first diesel

    Yeah I know. I tend to err on the side of safety. Being out here most all road are dirt beyond the highway so in all the years of working on diesel trucks I've found several where the dust has deform the filter, filters been washed so much the media had holes I mean holes in it, then the face of the compressor is dirty. I rather give the warning and catch a potential problem before it happens than "assume" its OK because every using it.
  3. @dripley For all the service you given to WH Bass they should build you an awesome garage with all the tools and two post lift.
  4. Mopar1973Man

    My first diesel

    Because of being overwashed. Washed wrong. Not taken care of. So far I've seen a dusted engine on every version of the washable filter. Afe S&B K&N etc... They all sacrifice filtration for performance. They ALL pass more dust than the BHAF but flow better than BHAF. Seen way more engine dusted out with washable filters than BHAF. Still not found one yet.
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    Neat Quadzilla trick

    Being the Quadzilla is wireless on Bluetooth you can pack off with the mobile device. Like myself, I can fire up the truck which is in the garage below and fire up my cellphone and leave at my desk and monitor the Cummins in Garage. No other tuner can do this.
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    My first diesel

    Some jack like me is continuing to dig the bottom of the pit deeper. Like myself, I've never owned a diesel before 2002. I've never been to any school or even ASE certified. Totally self-taught diesel tech. Now I continue to learn from everyone around me and then learn from my own adventures and failures.
  7. Awesome to hear members helping members. Remember there is the Member Map feature you can update your location using your cell phone to give an exact pinpoint location for rescue work. https://mopar1973man.com/membermap/
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    P0336 No Tach, Lack Of Power

    Crank sensor signal is frequency of AC voltage not DC. Its not the AC voltage you worry about but the frequency.
  9. Mopar1973Man

    My first diesel

    I would check the turbo. If that S&B filter is passing dust the turbo will be dirty. I would suggest changing to BHAF.
  10. Yeah. You want to check the blue wire for 12V while the engine is running. Blue wire is the +12V lead.
  11. Time to bring in @Dynamic . I'm sure Jon would know what to do.
  12. There is a jumper inside Quadzilla for setting the MAP sensor type. @Me78569 would know the configuration of the jumper.
  13. Mopar1973Man

    ABS kicking in

    I would most likely spend money on a Timken sorry... Just like I would most likely not spend money on Cummins parts either. Like everything I use has either been NAPA or RockAuto supplied parts.
  14. Mopar1973Man

    Fuel Pressure Question

    I feeling better just being away from the hospital. I trying to get my doctor to leave me alone for a span of time I was just in on Friday last week and got home late Saturday. Then by Tue already try to schedule another visit. WTH? I can't heal up if I'm being constantly drug around with appointments and never home. Like I just off the phone with the scheduler I told her to back down give me some time. Geez...
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