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  1. ecurnes8888

    Steering wheel radio controls

    Not sure how familiar you are with the 3rd gens, but do you think it could have something to do with my gauge cluster? I have heard elsewhere that the gauge cluster actually acts as a BCM. Maybe you know someone on here that has some experience with this?
  2. ecurnes8888

    Steering wheel radio controls

    No because it didn’t come factory with my truck. If it had come factory with my truck they all recommend using the ASWC-1 which I already have.
  3. ecurnes8888

    Steering wheel radio controls

    So the only computers in a 3rd gen are the PCM (left side of block), ABS Controller (left corner of firewall), and Airbag Controller (in dash sitting on transmission hump). For the wiring I believe all dash wiring harnesses are the same mine even has hook ups for manual transmission parts. I’m thinking I need to have my PCM flashed but I don’t know I’m only presuming this. I’m really looking for someone that’s done this, even just gotten it to work with the factory stereo.
  4. ecurnes8888

    Steering wheel radio controls

    I’ve actually already installed it, it recongnizes that it’s wired correctly, it recognizes the radio, but doesn’t recognize the vehicle. I’m thinking I need the dash wiring harness but have no idea really. But as always I really appreciate your help.
  5. ecurnes8888

    Steering wheel radio controls

    This is an 05’, are you talking about the computer in the dash? Can I get the one out of the truck I got the controls from so it would at least work with the factory stereo? I see your diagram says left side of dash, but I have no idea what I’m looking for or exactly where. The computer I see inside is the airbag controller center dash floorboard.
  6. ecurnes8888

    Steering wheel radio controls

    I am using an aftermarket radio, but I have an Axxess ASWC-1. I’m sorry you’re way over my head. What is a High Line Centeral Timer?
  7. I just put steering wheel radio controls in my truck. They plugged right into my clock spring, but don’t seem to be working. Do I need to get my PCM flashed like I did for high idle? Has anyone else gotten them to work? Do I need the dash harness also? Thanks for any help you guys can offer.
  8. If it doesn't hurt anything then that only means it's helping, and the cost of a filter over what fuel system parts are is negligible. I'll take a look around and see if I can find some specs. I really appreciate your help, thank you for coming through.
  9. So run two FF5817's or ditch the final and only run 3 filters?
  10. What would you recommend for the W/S & F/F on a FASS? Last qeustion haha Last question, what would you use as a W/S & F/F on a FASS? I noticed you said that you can adapt the threads.
  11. Makes sense!!! 20um filter to a 25um ish (not 100% on that number), to a 3um, to a 2um filter. And the W/S's are really effective, gonna be a great set up! Thanks, AH64ID
  12. Yes, I agree about the crappy selection and want to switch to a FASS. "unfortunately" haha, my A/D still works great so I won't switch anytime soon. Got it, I'll run that setup! Thanks so much for your help!! Side note, why the BF1212 over the FS1000?
  13. Vehicle: Queen Anne's Revenge Category: 3rd Generation Date Added: 2018-04-24 Queen Anne's Revenge I don't know why this topic was created. All I did was add a vehicle to my garage. I also don't know how to delete it.
  14. Whoo!! So glad to hear from you haha. That's right in line with what I've researched, and heard from you. 90 GPH seems to be the best under the A/D, 60 GPH was the closest runner-up. Now for the FF5817, are you saying ditch my CAT 1R-0750, and put the FF5817 in its place? Are you saying that the FF5817 is better than the CAT? I'm sure that the P551312 would fit but seeing that it's also a 3um filter I'll just stick with the P551315. Also, it was recommended to me to add another W/S so what do you think about this setup? Sump - BF1375 - P551315 - FS1000 - 1R-0750 Or should I go with the following? Sump - FS1000 - BF1375 - P551315 - 1R-0750 And of course, if you're telling me to ditch the 1R for the FF5817 then I'd make that change. I definitely have built trust in your word over the past 5 years that I've been reading your posts and write-ups. I was just thinking, does it makes sense to have any W/S after one F/F and before another F/F? Wouldn't you want ALL the water possible removed before getting to ANY filter? If the answers to these questions are "yes", then I'm thinking that my second setup would be best.
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