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Yea its actually really easy if you have mechanical snap. You will have to buy a set of feeler guages. You will need a .10 and .20. Get you a stubby flat head screw driver for #5 and #6. Get a barring tool, and the instructions. We had to bend a flat head to make a stubby to get our last sets.
'06 4x4 Dodge 3500, Edge Juice w/Attitude, Airaid Cold air intake with amsoil dry filter, 6speed tranny W/ valair nodular DD rated to 650hp, Magnaflow 4" exhaust with 6" tip, not sure if anything else is done.
That's a 12 valve. Your best bet is to get the factory service manual. It has how to adjust the valves as well as a host of other things. Especially the wiring diagrams. I think the best price is at Dodge Cummins and Ford Power Stroke Diesel Truck Accessories - Geno's Garage It will save you a lot of money in the long run having the real service manual rather than a cheapo aftermarket version.
KDP tab fix info and fuel system article firstname.lastname@example.org '95 2500 CC auto 4X4, 3.54, EGT, boost, fuel pressure, trans temp guages, PacBrake, TST #5, DTT VB, DTT triple disk TC, DTT billet flex plate, Cummins chrome kit.
Dealer wants $96.00 hr. to do that as well they say will take about 2-hrs
That would be a good price considering the tools to set timing will cost you about the same. Hardly worth buying the tools if you're only going to do it once plus the dealer usually won't set your timing at anything except stock, it's illegal.
You want your timing at 15-16 for the best fuel economy and power.
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