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      911 Support Group   06/22/2017

      Hey Gang, I've got the 911 support group database back up and running once again. It's listed in the 911 support category. It will allow members to list their contact information and location so other have a listed of members to call upon in the time of need. So if you wish to support other member please stop by and add your listing into the database. https://mopar1973man.com/cummins/911-support.html/contacts/
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we are all friendly and like to talk about anything so have so fun and get to gether

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I just stumbled over this area. The site is so big that I get lost on it.

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LOL! big??? This is small compare to some of the big boy sites like Cummins Forum, Diesel Bombers, etc...:lmao2:

This is my first and only site that I'll ever need! I just got a call from the shop and my new rotor is done for the lp so I'm going to pick it up!!! :-)

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Sorry the pics are fuzzy. It "used" to be a good camera.

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wow, i had no clue we had a "smokin lounge" here hahamike, can you say what goes and doesn't here?? as in would NSFW stuff be cool or not??

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Basically it a open forum yet to the other premium members so lets respect them too... But we can be a bit more relaxed here too... This is for you paying members to just hang out... Things you don't want the public to see basically or don't want to share with everyone...

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That's cool. Hey Mike I'm gonna open a repair shop here in Canada and fix all these Dodge trucks there and Mopars in general. I wanna do all the updates, fuel systems, etc and tie it in with my Millwright Certification and repair/install machinery too.

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That's cool. Hey Mike I'm gonna open a repair shop here in Canada and fix all these Dodge trucks there and Mopars in general. I wanna do all the updates, fuel systems, etc and tie it in with my Millwright Certification and repair/install machinery too.

Like myself I'm looking to hook up with the local school in town and start doing the maintenance for there school bus since there isn't anyone locally that can handle diesels. I got the market to myself... :smart:

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That's cool. Well I don't know of anybody that likes to work on these Dodge diesels except the dealer and their shop rate is about $100 an hour or more so I can be more reasonable than that.

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Sure why not. PPL are going to pay for my knowledge and labor now. I don't mind sharing here because I'm learning at the same time from alot of smart members like yourself. I'm not sure if I told you or not but I was a mechanic at a Jeep/Eagle dealer back in the early 90's and saw alot of common problem on those car lines like #4 plug wire was bad on the 4.0 Liter Jeep engine right out of the factory for a short time. The Eagle Talon has a vacuum hose on the cruise control servo that splits at the connection causing a minor vacuum leak as well as causing the cruise to not work. That car also had a DRL upgrade harness that limited the voltage so the headlights wouldn't burn out all of the time. Another problem with the Jeep YJ model was they would get a bad ground connection on the strap between the firewall and the engine and cause all kinds of electrical problems, and then there were the Renault Alliance and Medallion that were part of that Chrysler deal that I don't even wanna talk about other than to say don't but one. The Eagle Premier was another problem child that I worked on alot... Outer cv boots all of the time on those and a bunch of other stuff too. The 4.0 Liter Jeep engine responds VERY WELL to a throttle body cleaning with the CCC combustion chamber conditioner [ aerosol] that every Dodge dealer sells. It is the same stuff that I think is the best penetrating fluid in the world. It also comes in a can that has a pull top lid on it.

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