So does this mean there is no benefit to removing the baffle other than hearing more turbo sound?So back to removing the baffle thing .... guys that have removed it only .., did you notice any Turbo sound increase ? Any positive or negative effects on gas mileage or performance? Thanks COLD here in NC Today burrrrrr
Time to change the sensor now. It is the rear sensor on the DPF and easy to swap out. Found one online on Amazon for 300 back in March. Do it now as they sell fast.Have only had my 2500 for less than two months, just love it ( vast improvement over the '06 F-250 I had) but i just had a code show up, U059F. "Invalid Data Received From NOX Sensor B" is what it translate to, but not sure exactly what that means. Any suggestions?
isDont you have to use a HOAT type coolant like Zerex G-05? Its based on ethylene glycol.
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Rotella is the RAM specified oil for a 6.7l 4th Gen Cummins. What you use after warranty runs out is up to you. FYI: I just sold my 2006 3rd Gen 5.9l with 236000 miles that got fed nothing but Valvoline 15-40W Blue. That product still has the "Endorsed and Recommended By Cummins Inc" on the label. So does Valvoline 5-40w Extreme Blue (Synthetic)Is Rotella still the oil of choice for the 6.7?