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09-15-2019 08:51 PM
andy685
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Originally Posted by fatbillybob View Post
What phone AP and OBD2 dongle does that?



Thanks!


I use OBD Fusion and a WiFi ELM OBD2 adapter




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09-15-2019 08:21 PM
fatbillybob
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Originally Posted by andy685 View Post
Using a ODB2 adapter and app on phone.
I can see the average Regen. When it is Regening, the EGTs and the DPF percentage full.



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What phone AP and OBD2 dongle does that?

Thanks!
09-15-2019 06:57 PM
Jimmy N.
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Originally Posted by Dogpatch View Post
I doubt it.
You might be right, Dogpatch. What if my drag link fails tonight?
It's not used to being outside at night.

Of course, it's still daylight. I could go weld it right now, in the rain. What could possibly go wrong?
09-15-2019 06:53 PM
Dogpatch
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Originally Posted by Jimmy N. View Post
Hey, I might be able to sleep tonight! (Sorry, eminsbritt).
I doubt it.
09-15-2019 06:44 PM
Jimmy N. Hey, I might be able to sleep tonight! (Sorry, eminsbritt).
09-15-2019 06:41 PM
badunit
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Originally Posted by Jimmy N. View Post
Yep, it's six months and one day since the last change, so the warranty is now void. As much as I'd like to take it to the dealer, it's too late. Oh well.
One less thing to worry about. No warranty = do whatever you want from now on. Just think, you can wait 6 months and 2 days next time and be all relaxed about it.
09-15-2019 06:37 PM
Jimmy N. Just noticed that it's all a moot point now.

Since it's raining I'm going through logs, checking inventory, and ordering fluids and filters (mostly for tractors), according to the upcoming needs.

Well, it turns out that while I have 12 gallons of engine oil and two filters for the 3500, its oil should've been changed yesterday.

Yep, it's six months and one day since the last change, so the warranty is now void. As much as I'd like to take it to the dealer, it's too late. Oh well.
09-15-2019 04:53 PM
Dogpatch
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Originally Posted by Jimmy N. View Post
It gets worse.

Pulled the 3500 out of the garage for a free car wash (it's supposed to rain for two days), and the EVIC said "4WD shift in progress" while backing out. Never seen that message before.

Now I can only hope that the dealer opens early tomorrow. The safe thing to do would be to tow the 3500 there. If only my 1500 identified as a '19, it would have the tow rating to do it.

Ah, what the heck, it's all downhill. What could possibly go wrong?
It’s usually when you enquire on what the possibility is of something going wrong, that
life has an uncanny way of showing you!
09-15-2019 04:39 PM
Jimmy N.
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Um....Iím not sure.
Dang! That's even the same kind of rear fenders that I use when the flatbed isn't on.
Maybe the dealer does house calls?
09-15-2019 04:36 PM
Dogpatch
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Originally Posted by Jimmy N. View Post
Now I can only hope that the dealer opens early tomorrow. The safe thing to do would be to tow the 3500 there. If only my 1500 identified as a '19, it would have the tow rating to do it.

Ah, what the heck, it's all downhill. What could possibly go wrong?
Um....Iím not sure.
09-15-2019 04:05 PM
Jimmy N. It gets worse.

Pulled the 3500 out of the garage for a free car wash (it's supposed to rain for two days), and the EVIC said "4WD shift in progress" while backing out. Never seen that message before.

Now I can only hope that the dealer opens early tomorrow. The safe thing to do would be to tow the 3500 there. If only my 1500 identified as a '19, it would have the tow rating to do it.

Ah, what the heck, it's all downhill. What could possibly go wrong?
09-15-2019 03:02 PM
esminbritt
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Originally Posted by esminbritt View Post
Insensitive for him to even ask.
We live this horror at night. We donít need our tawdry exploits rubbed our face during business hours as well.
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