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  1. I would install a rebuild kit, they come with the 6 control valves. Like I said, they fail regularly. Also, the lash adjustment is important.
  2. Here is another junky Hayden fan clutch customer that fixed it with oem. https://www.turbodieselregister.com/threads/what-would-cause-a-new-fan-clutch-to-remain-engaged-at-all-times.267100/#post-2597325 https://www.turbodieselregister.com/threads/what-would-cause-a-new-fan-clutch-to-remain-engaged-at-all-times.267100/#post-2597327
  3. It is possible you have the wrong lash adjuster, they are sized by your turbo and how much retarding turbo boost you make. Here is a link to the lash adjuster kits depending on your CPL and turbo type. Also, I had to replace my control valves quite often, the hydraulic valve spool. https://www.powerlinecomponents.com/cecparts/cecpg55.htm
  4. Some good info here: https://r.search.yahoo.com/_ylt=Awr9DtEe.S1dT7IA4p9XNyoA;_ylu=X3oDMTByNWU4cGh1BGNvbG8DZ3ExBHBvcwMxBHZ0aWQDBHNlYwNzYw--/RV=2/RE=1563322783/RO=10/RU=https%3a%2f%2fstaging.powerdrivendiesel.com%2fdifference-vco-sac-injectors%2f/RK=2/RS=OTvToR8X4SM4gaOlfb_kXpFN3d0-
  5. On my '01 that wire is bolted/grounded to the ABS bracket. https://www.turbodieselregister.com/posts/2418061/
  6. The new Cummins is on the far left, far right is new Napa, It don't work!! Both 180's, the center one is an old 190.
  7. Mine will lock with AC on in town and unlock as I leave town. The condenser will create enough heat to engage the clutch without having high coolant temps. If AC is off then my clutch stays in free wheel mode in town. I do have a rather large power steering cooler that probably helps add heat to slow speed/low RPM driving. I also run a 180 stat. I think that might add some early heat to the radiator during slow speed. I recommend oem Mopar clutch. I tried two Napa/Haden clutches with zero luck, they don't work right.
  8. Do not pause in the run position before start. Go instantly from off to start when hot.
  9. During seal install, are you getting the weep hole in the down position? https://torqueking.com/product/50171/qu50171-booted-rear-output-seal-for-98-02-np241dhd-transfer-cases/#note1
  10. That's the trouble with the oem temp gauge, it is hard to tell what the temp really is. A guess might be 10* off. If you were at 210* all is well, if you were 220*, then, yes it is a little warm. I assume you are running the oem 190* t-stat? Is it a Cummins stat? My clutch comes on at 208* with a Cummins 180* stat, I really like the 180. Everything associated with the engine is running 10* cooler. Fuel temp, IAT, even the transmission. Prior to, I was having all kinds of overheating issues. I used 180 and 190 aftermarket, they were terrible. It cruises at 183* seems to close at 177* and opens about 187* I have a CTS monitor with digital gauges. Does your clutch come on at low speed/rpm, such as in town with the AC on? Your truck sounds good, boost and EGT's mirror mine on level 2, tow mode, same as EZ.
  11. Where are you getting your seals? I wonder if aftermarket is not quite right. I have replaced several also. This is the current offering from NP/NV. https://torqueking.com/product/10896/qu10896-np241dhd-rear-output-seal-1996-2002-dodge-transfer-cases/ It supersedes this one. https://torqueking.com/product/50171/qu50171-rear-o-p-shaft-seal/
  12. This looks like it will fit: https://torqueking.com/product/90025/qu90025-rear-output-bushing-heavy-duty-241-261-263-transfer-cases/ https://torqueking.com/product/10586/tk10586-dodge-np241-transfer-case-rear-housing-shim-gasket/
  13. Del Norte is in the San Luis Valley @ 7900' elevation, yet it is up hill out of there in any direction I lived there in 1991, hauling logs out of Saguache, west of town. We hauled them into South Fork.
  14. For you it probably is, not so for a first timer. To suggest it is, might get someone over there head. If they are so simple why do we see complaint after complaint on rebuilt boxes? A good book with specs is a must, it is not something you want to tackle, blind.
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