lol, sounds like a Dodge tech... Notice I didn't say CUMMINS.. Thats why I dont ever go to a dealership, not even if my chit broke would I go there. If my 6.7l ever craps Im doing a 12v swap, lol
Weephole? plz. tell me more........ pics. would really help! Thanks!Well you need to tell him to go out on the new car lot and void all the warranties on all the trucks out there with a 6.7 because they all will have the same hole in them, it's called a weep hole for condensation. And you need to :spank: the next time you see him!!...:thumbsup:
Rudedawg, dont let them feed you that crap...i was wondering the same thing for a while on my dpf filter, i have the same hole drilled in mine....but my filter is long gone anyways but really, that hole was drilled in mine too, im not quite sure what it is for, but it is definitely something a dealer did or came stock on the truck like that.... dang im pissed i dont still have mine, id love to take pictures of it and be able to shove it in your dealers face then do a burn out like i did at my dealers!!Well I got a cel again, can't remember the # but it was for dpf performance. I took it to the dealership and left it there and the next day the service manager called me and told me that they were going to void my emissions warranty because SOMEONE drilled a small hole in the bottom of my dpf filter. I immediately drove down to take a look and sure enough there it was, about a 1/8" hole with soot leaking around it, the manager said that he heard that was a performance mod and therefore the warranty is void. I looked at him and said that was a copout and they drilled the hole so they wouldn't have to ever see my truck again for dpf problems. Needless to say it got really ugly in the shop and I thought I was going to end up in jail. I can't prove that they did it nor can they prove that I did it. Has anyone else come across this same situation I would like to hear about it.:banghead:
The hole is in the second cannister from the front of the truck, is that the dpf or the cat? The muffler is the last one closest to the rear end.Makes sense but I never seen a wheep hole in my DPF thats usually in the muffler. Maybe the tech was looking @ the muffler and thought it was a DPF!!:rof:hehe:
The storm drain hole is usually on the outlet of the AFM (aftertreatment) device, depending on the OEM stack position. There should be absolutely NO HOLES in your DPF. So make sure is not on the DPF.Makes sense but I never seen a wheep hole in my DPF thats usually in the muffler. Maybe the tech was looking @ the muffler and thought it was a DPF!!:rof:hehe:
Can you get the part number off it?The hole is in the second cannister from the front of the truck, is that the dpf or the cat? The muffler is the last one closest to the rear end.