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Old 03-06-2011, 12:25 PM   #13 (permalink)
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The dealer said they would do an upgrade flash for me but they didn't know if that will install the feature. My truck has never been flashed. Still on the original programs. The dealer is trying to get Chryslers help on this, but who knows how long that will take. I have been thinking about the Star Scan tool the tech was using and how slow it was. I wonder if we waited long enough for all the options to be displayed on the tool. But then the tech connected the truck to the shop diagnostic computer and did not find the feature.
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I guess the only way to know if it works it to flash it.
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Old 03-06-2011, 12:38 PM   #15 (permalink)
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I just found my pdf file of the TSB and it lists nothing about having to flash the ECM... But hey it can't hurt.
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Old 08-20-2011, 07:31 AM   #16 (permalink)
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I was sent a P.M. about this thread so I am posting the answer to my question. The dealer found out from Chrysler that my truck needs to be connected to the star mobile tool that connects the truck to Chryslers main computer. The main computer scans the trucks modules and reports to the dealers computer about any flash updates needed. It also checks for the installation of the 2 new water in fuel sensors that must be installed with the kit. If the sensors are there, then the enable bio diesel WIF option is on the dealers computer. Dealer clicks yes and the WIF light turns off and the truck is good to go.
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Old 11-27-2011, 04:14 AM   #17 (permalink)
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When you added the mopar kit, did you install the included pump and lines? I ordered this kit and don't know if I should install it like AH64ID without the pump and lines or install it as per the directions.

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Old 11-30-2011, 07:11 PM   #18 (permalink)
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I installed 2 of the kits on my truck. First kit has the water fuel seperator that came with the kit. The second kit has the 2 micron filter. I installed both with the heaters. The factory lift pump worked fine, but I dropped my fuel tank for inspection and to install a vent filter to prevent contaminants from entering the fuel tank. So, I installed the new lift pump. I did not note any change in performance and the low lift pump pressure light I installed did not light with the factory pump or the kit pump. I still have the stock filter on the engine also. I have no problems passing fuel through all 3 filters. Also, I changed my fuel line configuration. If you have any other questions, I'll be happy to try and answer them.
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Did you see the pics of my filters in this thread? Mopar Severe Duty Filtration Kit
The dealer that found out how to set up the kits W.I.F. light is Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram of North Olmsted.
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I installed 2 of the kits on my truck. First kit has the water fuel seperator that came with the kit. The second kit has the 2 micron filter. I installed both with the heaters. The factory lift pump worked fine, but I dropped my fuel tank for inspection and to install a vent filter to prevent contaminants from entering the fuel tank. So, I installed the new lift pump. I did not note any change in performance and the low lift pump pressure light I installed did not light with the factory pump or the kit pump. I still have the stock filter on the engine also. I have no problems passing fuel through all 3 filters. Also, I changed my fuel line configuration. If you have any other questions, I'll be happy to try and answer them.
Thanks for the info! Now when you say you changed the configuration of your fuel line, what did you do? That mean you didn't use the included fuel lines in the kit?
I have friends that live in your area or use to. Maple heights and now they live near Chardon/Mayfield. I went to school at Ohio Diesel Tech in Cleveland.

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Old 12-01-2011, 05:29 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I set the filter head so the outlet was at the frame. I used the kit fuel line with the quick connects on both ends and slid the factory fuel line foam sleave on to the kit line. Installed line to kit filter and factory filter. I cut the factory fuel line ahead of the frame clip so it is still supported. Used a tubing bender to bend it back and up 160*. Went to Napa and picked up a role of plastic fuel line and quick connect and made up the 16" I needed to complete the connection on the other filter( on your setup, it would be the inlet to the same filter) (I used 2 right angle quick connects and plastic fuel line to make the connection between the 2 kit filters). You will need to put a 1" bump up in the kit line to clear the factory line. This will allow you to use the clips the kit has to support the kit line to the factory line at the frame mounting clip (this is why you need to cut the factory line well past the frame mounting clip). Use your tubing bender slowly and carefully. The factory line is stainless steel and kinks easy. (that mistake cost me $80.00) I did all my work befor the factory filter on the engine because of the warranty.
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Did you see the pics of my filters in this thread? Mopar Severe Duty Filtration Kit
The dealer that found out how to set up the kits W.I.F. light is Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram of North Olmsted.

Do you have the mechanic's name and phone number to this dealership?
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Do you have the mechanic's name and phone number to this dealership?
The service manager, Bill, did the investigation and the computer work on my truck. I installed the kits. If you are asking about a 2005 or older truck, follow the directions in the kit. The directions in the kit are not correct for 2007 and newer. I don't know about the 2006 trucks, but its one or the other.
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