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Cronus577

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Cronus577 last won the day on October 27 2018

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  1. For me I just want to be fancy and different, and there are times when I really wish I could pull the Mirrors in for parking
  2. Looks awesome. I just put on a pair of 4th gen style power / heated with signal and power folding on my truck last week. Coming from some off brand shaky non-power tow mirrors that were on the truck when I bought it, went through a car wash and the rollers smacked them and the mirror started peeling from the back plate and was distorting my view. 1aauto sells some really solid mirrors made by Trail Ridge. I like them a lot, no more shaky mirrors
  3. Double check all the intake plate bolts. Mine ended up having a loose bolt and was causing a boost leak. retorqued all of them and was good to go.
  4. You're essentially just allowing the A/C to be on or off in whatever position your want your vents to be in. Like Max A/C, Face A/C, Head and feet, and defrost / feet all make the compressor cycle. Doing it on a switch would allow you to put it on whichever vent you would like and command the compressor to turn on or off on the switch regardless of what position your vents are in. It's in just like all the newer vehicles.
  5. I was actually thinking about doing this about a week ago. I'd love to be able to kick on the AC and get it cold and then just keep it on max A/C but turn it off to keep circulating the cold air. I'm glad I'm not the only one who's thought about it!
  6. Grab yourself a feeler gauge and check your valve lash. Maybe change the diff fluid if you haven't already.
  7. From was I was looking up royal purple with the friction modifier is what people like to run. But it’s like $18 a quart
  8. Yeah that’s what I was thinking too. I will have to look up the VIN soon and check, no tag on the diff cover. Will have to do it as soon as I get the extra funds, it’s like $100 in fluid per diff.
  9. Sounds like fun, One thing I forgot to mention is that I was doing some research and some people were saying TC lockup should only happen in OD with a stock valve body but mine locks up at exactly 40mph in third under acceleration. I’ll definitely have to check it when I replace the transmission filter. Going through all the fluids since owning the truck, got the front and rear diff and trans fluid to replace. Hopefully new fluid stops this rear end from popping on sharp turns and low speeds. Going to have to remember to check IBMobile’s setup.
  10. I purchased this 01 24v about 2 years ago and the previous owner said that he had a local diesel performance shop put in a FASS, Billet flex plate, and a triple disk torque converter. I'm not having any issues with slipping or anything, when the transmission shifts it's firm and grabs the gears instantly. While I was under the truck doing the oil change I decided to take off the inspection plate and just take a peak. I was wondering if anybody could tell me if this TC and Flex plate look stock or aftermarket. I've tried looking at a bunch of different torque converters to try to match the color but I can't seem to find anything, and as far as the quick and firm shifts, what are the chances for it having an upgraded valve body? I just wanted to make sure before getting a Quadzilla (Mostly for monitoring right now since I can't confirm the drivetrain). Not looking to go crazy or anything for power right now, I'd just like to know for future reference for later when power adders fit into the picture. (Currently working on getting all the steering and suspension dialed in). Any input would be grateful, I'm sure I'll know for sure when I pull everything apart to do the rear main and build the trans later on when I graduate school. BBE513F1-91CA-47AC-BB28-6C257C261F99.heic 094BE6B8-B09D-41AD-9DCB-CADF5A7A5285.heic
  11. How are you liking the K27? I've been pondering about getting one since they came out but just haven't pulled the plug yet since I've been rehauling all of my interior / steering / suspension first. My truck now has a stock HY35, I know an HX35 is a good upgrade to the HY35 but I haven't been able to find one for a good price.
  12. Despite what everyone is saying, my truck had the same symptoms as yours, instant crank when cold but long crank / no start when hot. Ended up just being the fuel pressure regulator banjo bolt on the side of the VP44. After I replaced that it hasn't had any issues, cheap part and only takes a few minutes to change. Worth the price before assuming the VP44 is toast.
  13. View Advert 2001 24v A/T ECM I have an ECM for a 2001 24v with an automatic transmission, pulled from an engine with blow by. It's been sitting as my back up ECM if mine started showing symptoms but i've not had any issues with my current ECM and I've done a lot of work on the grounding to prevent ECM damage. It doesn't appear to have ever been opened so I believe it's an original ECM that hasn't had any fixes done to it. The information about it was pulled from the engine data plate and I wrote it down on the ECM so I wouldn't forget it. Advertiser Cronus577 Date 05/13/2020 Price $325.00 Category 2nd Generation Dodge Ram  
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    I have an ECM for a 2001 24v with an automatic transmission, pulled from an engine with blow by. It's been sitting as my back up ECM if mine started showing symptoms but i've not had any issues with my current ECM and I've done a lot of work on the grounding to prevent ECM damage. It doesn't appear to have ever been opened so I believe it's an original ECM that hasn't had any fixes done to it. The information about it was pulled from the engine data plate and I wrote it down on the ECM so I wouldn't forget it. Part number for it is P3947412

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