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Old 12-04-2008, 09:11 PM
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im sure u have a scan tool to control the idle one of the tricks i figured out is to idle up to bout 1500 rpms you wont have an issue w/ hydrolockin n what not it just doesnt seem to load up as bad and it seems to work a lil better than lettn it idle up and down n watchn it i put the scanner on it at 1500 n walk away until i hear it actin up

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I would also like to add to that by saying that this should be done before you change the spark plugs. I change mine at 30k and I change them right after I clean the Intake like described in prior post. Dodge Dealers are pushing this right now because of the Lifetime Powertrain Warranty. I bought a Extended Care Package (Lifetime Warranty of all components on the Truck 4-Ever!!!)! The main thing that keeps me motivated about wanting to do this is the fact that a stuck / dirty injector will not be covered under warranty, neither will any problems that occures because of it. They really have us by the coco's on this one because I feel that this will be one of the biggest reasons for Warranty DENIAL in the future. So a good history of taking care of your engine is the best defense for this worst case issue......
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