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WOW! I got a phone call from England!

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Wow! :stuned: I was in total shock to here a heavy British accent on the phone this morning. A nice gentlemen over in England has a 2000 Dodge Cummins that died for no reason. He pulled the codes and found P1693 and P1689. So he had a Bosch dealer hook directly to the VP44 and found the VP44 was operational. so I guided him over to thE ECm page for the wiring diagram of the ECM to VP44 to hopefully help him out. Phone call didn't last long but the whole thing is over in England there is very few Dodge Cummins trucks and very little information or service centers for them so he found the site to hopefully get an answer to his problem. :thumbup2:

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that is cool. i hope he fixes his problem and registers to the forum. i've heard from multiple people that this is the best site for vp44 rams.:iagree:and tell anyone who drives a cummins to stop in and look

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Mike, about a week ago you had someone from Finland sign up! I believe that is a testament to the type of site you are running! Keep up the great work! Thanks too! BTW

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I wonder how they even get them over there.. When I go on dealer sites in europe, you just see minivan-ish trucks. We had a foreign exchange person last year from Austria and she said everything over there is manual. She didn't understand automatics at all and said it would be hard to learn, or looked hard. Their drivers tests are a lot tougher too, requiring you to get into a skid and stuff. I'm very interested to see how they get one of our beasts over there though.

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