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Old 09-18-2011, 04:11 PM
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Hey Everyone for those that have seen my pics of a 09 3500 dually in the photo chapter that ive just purchased i have spotted a factory sticker in the eng comp on the drivers side on the underside of the hood.It reads as follows Modification--72351435 BB dated 03-17-2010.Any idea what this means or what has been modifide?????.Thanks for the replies...........Paul
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I believe it is this TSB:

NUMBER: 18-013-08 REV. A

THIS BULLETIN SUPERSEDES TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN 18-013-08, DATED
March 13, 2008, WHICH SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM YOUR FILES. ALL
REVISIONS ARE HIGHLIGHTED WITH **ASTERISKS** AND INCLUDE AN
ADDITIONAL MODEL YEAR ALONG WITH UPDATED SYMPTOM/CONDITIONS AND
SOFTWARE UPDATES THAT MAY HELP REDUCE SOOT BUILD UP AND A REVISED
CLEAN DATE.
THE StarSCAN® FLASH FILES FOR THIS BULLETIN ARE AVAILABLE VIA THE
INTERNET.
StarSCAN® SOFTWARE LEVEL MUST BE AT RELEASE 9.03 OR HIGHER.
StarMOBILE DESKTOP CLIENT -OR- StarMOBILE STANDALONE MODE MAY ALSO
BE USED TO PERFORM THE FLASH.
SUBJECT:
FLASH: Engine System And Exhaust Aftertreatment System Enhancements
OVERVIEW:
This bulletin involves:
==> If eligible, verifying that Emission Recall G30 - Replace Oxygen Sensor
Module and Reprogram ECM has been performed. If not, perform Recall G30 first.
==> Verifying software level, and if necessary, selectively erasing and
reprogramming the Engine Control Module (ECM) with new software.
==> Verifying software level, and if necessary, selectively erasing and
reprogramming the Cab Compartment Node (CCN) module with new software.
==> The installation of a Documentation Kit containing: and Owners Manual Diesel
Supplement, a driver side sun visor label, and an Informational DVD/CD kit.
==> ** One of several software changes allows for “Net Zero” and “Net Reduction”
which will cause noticeable changes in idle speeds. Customers should be
informed of these changes. They are explained in Symptom/Condition, Section B,
Step 1.**
MODELS:
2007 - **2009** (DH/D1) Ram Truck (2500 / 3500 Pickup)
NOTE: This bulletin applies to vehicles equipped with a Cummins 6.7L engine (sale
code ETJ) built on or before **November 27th, 2008** (MDH 1127XX).
NUMBER: 18-013-08 REV. A
GROUP: Vehicle Performance
DATE: December 4, 2008
SYMPTOM/CONDITION:
NOTE: The following conditions and improvements have been addressed with the
latest Engine Control Module (ECM) software. This Service Bulletin (SB) only
addresses the labor associated with the reprogramming of the ECM, the
CCN, and the installation of a Documentation Kit. Any other labor associated
with the performance of additional diagnostics is not addressed by this SB
and must be claimed separately.
A. ISSUES ADDRESSED BY VARIOUS ECM SOFTWARE RELEASES TO DATE:
NOTE: With this latest ECM software release listed in this Service Bulletin, the
following symptoms have been completely addressed.
1. One of the following driveability conditions:
a. An intermittent rough engine idle and/or white smoke following initial engine start.
b. A throttle tip-in stumble at engine speeds of 1,300 to 2,100 RPM.
c. An engine hesitation at altitude of 5,000 feet between engine speeds of 1,200 to
1,600 RPM.
d. A turbocharger “chuff-like” sound during rapid deceleration.
2. The vehicle may fail an Emission Inspection Maintenance (I/M) Test because two or
more On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) monitors report that they are not ready for testing.
This condition may cause the customer vehicle to not pass an Emissions I/M test. The
following is a list of OBD Monitors that may report as not ready for testing:
a. Non-Methane Hydrocarbon (NMHC) Catalyst Monitor.
b. Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) Absorber Monitor.
c. Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Monitor.
d. Electrical Charging System Monitor.
e. EGR System Monitor.
f. Oxygen Sensor Monitor.
3. Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) due to one or more of the following Diagnostic
Trouble Codes (DTC's):
a. P0101 - Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Rationality
b. P0128 - Thermostat Rationality
c. U1421 - Implausible Ignition Key Off Time Received
If condition persists perform the appropriate Diagnostic Procedure.
B. ISSUES IMPROVED SIGNIFICANTLY BY VARIOUS ECM SOFTWARE RELEASES
TO DATE:
NOTE: The following symptoms and conditions have been significantly enhanced by
the latest ECM software listed in this Service Bulletin. Always check
TechCONNECT to see if there are new or additional Service Bulletins that
may apply to a condition.
1. The latest ECM software includes a new extended idle feature to accommodate the
extended idle times present in some duty cycles. This feature may help to reduce the
accumulation of soot in the exhaust aftertreatment system when the engine is idling for
an extended period of time. Briefly how this feature works:
18-013-08 REV. A -2-
a. As needed, the engine enters an idling mode which dramatically reduces the rate of
soot accumulation in the diesel particulate filter (called “Net Zero”). Further, under
extended idle periods of **5 minutes or longer**, the engine enters a mode which
reduces the amount of soot accumulated in the diesel particulate filter (called “Net
Reduction”). While in these modes, the idle speed increases to 900 RPM for a
period of time. The idle speed may return to normal idle speed and then return to
900 RPM to repeat this cycle during very long idle periods.
b. **These modes occur automatically depending on the need to regenerate the DPF
as long as the vehicle is not driven over 20 MPH or operated at high load. If the
vehicle is driven over 20 MPH normal mobile desoot will occur automatically.**
2. A MIL illumination due to one of the following DTC's:
a. P2000 - NOx Absorber Efficiency Below Threshold - Bank 1
b. P2A00 - Oxygen Sensor 1/1 Circuit Performance
c. P2A01 - Oxygen Sensor 1/2 Circuit Performance
**If DTC(s) P2000, P2A00 or P2A01 are present, ensure Service Bulletin (SB) 18-035-08
has been completed prior to proceeding with this bulletin. If SB 18-035-08 has been
previously performed, remove and clean both oxygen sensors. Make certain to
thoroughly CLEAN BOTH OXYGEN SENSORS using a clean cloth and compressed
air. Do not use any type of liquid cleaner to clean the oxygen sensor tips.**
3. After extended idling or if an intake leak is present, the vehicle operator may
experience a MIL illumination and/or an Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC)
message alert due to one or more of the following DTC's:
a. P1451 - Diesel Particulate Filter System Performance.
b. P2463 - Diesel Particulate Filter - Soot Accumulation.
c. P242F - Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction - Ash Accumulation.
4. A MIL illumination due to the following DTC:
a. P2262 - Turbocharger Boost Pressure Not Detected - Mechanical
Perform this Service Bulletin, inspect for excessive soot and perform Service
Bulletin (SB) 11-002-08 if necessary. **It is VERY IMPORTANT that SB 11-002-08 be
performed COMPLETELY to return the engine and exhaust aftertreatment systems
to a “like new” condition as necessary.**
5. A MIL illumination due to one of the following DTC's:
a. P200C - Diesel Particulate Filter Over Temperature - Bank 1
b. P242B - Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Circuit Performance - Bank 1 Sensor 3.
Perform this Service Bulletin, inspect for excessive soot and perform Service
Bulletin (SB) 11-002-08 if necessary. **It is VERY IMPORTANT that SB 11-002-08 be
performed COMPLETELY to return the engine and exhaust aftertreatment systems
to a “like new” condition as necessary. Ensure that the exhaust temperature
sensors have been thoroughly cleaned for any temperature sensor related DTC's.**
6. A MIL illumination due to one of the following DTC's:
a. P0402 - EGR Flow Excessive Detected
b. P0403 - EGR Control Circuit - Open
c. P0405 - EGR Position Sensor Circuit Low
d. P042E - EGR Control Stuck Open
e. P0489 - EGR Control Circuit - Low
Perform this Service Bulletin, inspect for excessive soot and perform Service
Bulletin (SB) 11-002-08 if necessary. **See EGR Valve cleaning section (SECTION F)
for instructions to remove and clean the EGR Valve using Mopar EGR System
Cleaner Only. It is VERY IMPORTANT that SB 11-002-08 be performed COMPLETELY
to return the engine and exhaust aftertreatment systems to a “like new” condition as
necessary.**
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7. **A MIL illumination due to the following DTC:
a. P0401 - EGR System Performance
Perform this Service Bulletin, inspect for excessive soot and perform Service
Bulletin (SB) 11-002-08 if necessary. **See EGR Cooler cleaning section (SECTION
F) for instructions to remove and clean the EGR Cooler using Mopar EGR System
Cleaner Only. It is VERY IMPORTANT that SB 11-002-08 be performed COMPLETELY
to return the engine and exhaust aftertreatment systems to a “like new” condition as
necessary.**
NOTE: The EGR valve MUST BE disassembled in order to properly clean the valve.
Refer to TechCONNECT for detailed service procedures, from the Service
Info tab select: 25 - Emissions Control > Valve - EGR - 6.7L > Removal /
Cleaning / Installation.
8. A MIL illumination due to the following DTC:
a. P245A - EGR Cooler Bypass Control Circuit - Open.
Perform this Service Bulletin and the appropriate Diagnostic Procedures for the respective
DTC. **IMPORTANT: Ensure that the EGR Temperature Sensor and intake manifold
orifice is thoroughly cleaned if this DTC occurs .**
Refer to SB 11-002-08 for detailed EGR Temperature Sensor cleaning procedures.
C. IMPROVED DIAGNOSTIC CAPABILITIES:
NOTE: A number of improvements have been made to the engine diagnostics.
Performing this Service Bulletin completely will enable these diagnostic
improvements.
1. Improved Fuel Level Sensor diagnostics in the ECM.
2. Improvement to the single diagnostic DTC P0148 - Fuel Delivery Error. This DTC is
now addressed by the following two DTC diagnostics:
a. P1011 - Fuel Pump Delivery Pressure Too Low
b. P1012 - Fuel Pump Delivery Pressure Too High
Perform this Service Bulletin. If a DTC is present, perform the appropriate Diagnostic
Procedure.
3. Creation of three new DTC's to address the inlet air temperature sensor separate from
the ambient air temperature sensor. The new DTC's are:
a. P1191 - Inlet Air Temperature Sensor Rationality / Performance. This DTC
enhances the current DTC P0071 - Inlet Air Temp Sensor Rationality / Ambient Air
Temperature Sensor Performance - TIPM.
b. P1192 - Inlet Air Temperature Sensor Too Low. This DTC enhances the current
DTC P0072 - Inlet Air Temp Sensor Voltage Too Low - TIPM.
c. P1193 - Inlet Air Temperature Sensor Too High. This DTC enhances the current
DTC P0073 - Inlet Air Temp Sensor Voltage Too High - TIPM.
Perform this Service Bulletin. If a DTC is present, perform the appropriate Diagnostic
Procedure.
4. New ECM and CCN software that together will improve the customer understanding of
the exhaust aftertreatment system messages that can be displayed on the overhead
Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC).
Perform this Service Bulletin to update the ECM and CCN software. Install the new sun
visor label.
18-013-08 REV. A -4-
5. **Creation of a new DTC to address VGT actuator calibration event failures separate
from other VGT actuator communication faults for P0046. The new DTC is: P003A -
Turbocharger Boost Control Module Position Exceeded Learning Limit.**
DIAGNOSIS:
Using a Scan Tool (StarSCAN® / StarMOBILE) with the appropriate Diagnostic
Procedures available in TechCONNECT, verify all engine systems are functioning as
designed. If DTC's other than those listed above are present record them on the repair
order and repair as necessary before proceeding further with this bulletin.
1. If one or more of the above symptoms or conditions is experienced, complete the
following steps.
NOTE: It is IMPORTANT to perform the following diagnostic steps in order and
completely to determine what level of repair is required.
2. Is the vehicle eligible to have Emissions Recall G30 - Replace Oxygen Sensor Module
and Reprogram ECM performed?
a. If YES ==> then proceed to Step 3.
b. If NO ==> then proceed to Step 4.
3. Has Emission Recall G30 - Replace Oxygen Sensor Module and Reprogram ECM
been completed on vehicle?
a. If YES ==> then proceed to Step 4.
b. If NO ==> then STOP. Perform and complete Recall G30 now. Then proceed to
Step 4.
4. Using the StarSCAN® / StarMOBILE, determine current software level of the ECM
and CCN. Record on the repair order, for later use, the current ECM and CCN
software level part numbers. Proceed to the next step.
5. If the vehicle in question is a 2007 Model Year vehicle, then compare the current
ECM software level part number. Determine if the current ECM software level part
number, recorded in Step #4, is one of the following part numbers (or with a higher
suffix):
a. **55350430AZ** (or higher) = DH 2500 6.7L Manual Transmission 50 State.
b. **55350435AZ** (or higher) = DH 2500 6.7L Automatic Transmission 50 State.
c. **55351430AZ** (or higher) = D1 3500 6.7L Manual Transmission 50 State.
d. **55351435AZ** (or higher) = D1 3500 6.7L Automatic Transmission 50 State.
6. If the vehicle in question is a 2008 Model Year vehicle, then compare the current
ECM software level part number. Determine if the current ECM software level part
number, recorded in Step #4, is one of the following part numbers (or with a higher
suffix):
a. **62350430AR** (or higher) = DH 2500 6.7L Manual Transmission 50 State.
b. **62350435AR** (or higher) = DH 2500 6.7L Automatic Transmission 50 State.
c. **62351430AR** (or higher) = D1 3500 6.7L Manual Transmission 50 State.
d. **62351435AR** (or higher) = D1 3500 6.7L Automatic Transmission 50 State.
7. **If the vehicle in question is a 2009 Model Year vehicle, then compare the current
ECM software level part number. Determine if the current ECM software level part
number, recorded in Step #4, is one of the following part numbers (or with a higher
suffix):
a. 72350430AF (or higher) = DH 2500 6.7L Manual Transmission 50 State.
b. 72350435AF (or higher) = DH 2500 6.7L Automatic Transmission 50 State.
c. 72351430AF (or higher) = D1 3500 6.7L Manual Transmission 50 State.
d. 72351435AF (or higher) = D1 3500 6.7L Automatic Transmission 50 State.**
8. Is the part number of the current ECM level software at (or higher) than one of the
software part numbers listed in Step #5 or Step #6 or Step #7?
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a. If YES ==> then the ECM DOES NOT require reprogramming as part of this repair.
Record this on the repair order for later reference. Proceed to the next step.
b. If NO ==> then the ECM DOES require reprogramming as part of this repair.
Record this on the repair order for later reference. Proceed to the next step.
9. Determine if the current CCN module level software part number, that was
recorded earlier in Step #4, is one of the following (or with a higher suffix):
a. 05172187AG (or higher) = 2007 DH (2500) or 2007 D1 (3500).
b. 05172334AG (or higher) = 2008 DH (2500) or 2008 D1 (3500).
c. **05172529AG (or higher) = 2009 DH (2500) or 2009 D1 (3500).**
10. Is the part number of the current CCN level software at (or higher) than one of the
software part numbers listed in Step #9?
a. If YES ==> then the CCN DOES NOT require reprogramming as part of this repair.
Record this on the repair order for later reference. Proceed to the next step.
b. If NO ==> then the CCN DOES require reprogramming as part of this repair.
Record this on the repair order for later reference. Proceed to the next step.
11. Has the vehicle already had a COMPLETE Documentation Kit installed? Some
vehicles may only have a part of the Documentation Kit (i.e. Diesel Owners Manual
Supplement). Make sure the vehicle/customer has received a complete
Documentation Kit.
a. If YES ==> then the Documentation Kit DOES NOT need to be installed as part of
this repair. Record this on the repair order for later reference. Proceed to the Repair
Procedure.
b. If NO ==> then the Documentation Kit DOES need to be installed as part of this
repair. Record this on the repair order for later reference. Proceed to the Repair
Procedure.
PARTS REQUIRED:
Qty. Part No. Description
(AR) 1 04275086AB Label, Authorized Modification
(AR) 1 68049170AA Documentation Kit (includes: Diesel Owners Manual
Supplement, Sun Visor Label, and Informational DVD/CD
Kit) - Kit is zero cost
SPECIAL TOOLS / EQUIPMENT REQUIRED:
NPN Battery Charger
CH9401 StarSCAN® Tool
CH9404D StarSCAN® Vehicle Cable
CH9409 StarSCAN® Documentation Kit
CH9410 StarSCAN® Ethernet Cable, 12 ft.
CH9412 StarSCAN® Software Update Device Kit
TechCONNECT PC or equivalent
18-013-08 REV. A -6-
REPAIR PROCEDURE:
NOTE: The repairs in this Service Bulletin (SB) only address the labor associated
with the reprogramming of the ECM, the CCN, and the installation of a
Documentation Kit. Any other labor associated with the performance of
additional diagnostics or repairs are not addressed by this SB and must be
claimed separately.
SECTION A: INSTALLATION OF THE DOCUMENTATION KIT:
1. If it was determined earlier in the Diagnosis Section of this Service Bulletin, that a
complete Documentation Kit has not been installed on the vehicle, then install the
Documentation Kit now.
a. Place the new Diesel Owners Manual Supplement in the vehicle Glove Box.
b. Place the Informational DVD/CD in the vehicle Glove Box.
c. Install the new Sun Visor Label to the left (driver) side sun visor. The label should
be centered on the sun visor and to the left of the seat belt warnings. Verify that the
label is firmly attached to the sun visor material.
NOTE: IMPORTANT: At time of customer vehicle pickup, the dealer should take the
time to review the Documentation Kit material with the customer.
SECTION B: CCN MODULE REPROGRAM - USING THE INTERNET TO RETRIEVE
THE FLASH FILE:
StarSCAN® SOFTWARE LEVEL MUST BE AT RELEASE 9.03 OR HIGHER.
1. If it was determined earlier in the Diagnosis Section of this Service Bulletin, that the
CCN module requires reprogramming with new software, then reprogram the CCN
module.
2. Open the hood and install a battery charger. Using a voltmeter, verify that the charging
rate provides 13.2 - 13.5 volts. Set the battery charger to continuous charge. Do not
allow the charger to time out during the flash process. Remove the charger from the
battery when the flash process is complete.
NOTE: Do not allow the charging voltage to climb above 13.5 volts during the flash
process.
3. If not already performed, connect the CH9410 StarSCAN® ethernet cable to the
StarSCAN® and the dealer's network drop.
4. Connect the CH9404D StarSCAN® vehicle cable to the StarSCAN® and the vehicle.
5. Turn the ignition switch to the “RUN/ON” position.
6. Power ON the StarSCAN®.
7. Retrieve the old ECU (CCN) module part number and reprogram the CCN module.
Using the StarSCAN® at the “Home” screen:
a. Select “ECU View”
b. Touch the screen to highlight the CCN in the list of modules.
c. Select “More Options”
d. Select “ECU Flash”.
e. Record the part number at the top of the “Flash CCN” screen for later reference.
f. Select “Browse for New File”. Follow the on screen instructions.
g. Select “Download to Scantool”.
h. Select “Close” after the download is complete, then select “Back”.
i. Highlight the listed calibration.
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j. Select “Update Controller”.
k. When the CCN module update is complete, select “OK”.
NOTE: CCN software controls the Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC)
messages. The CCN software must be up to date (correct software level) in
order for the new engine system and exhaust aftertreatment system
messages to be displayed on the EVIC. These new messages are addressed
on the new sun visor label and in the new Diesel Owners Manual
Supplement.
StarSCAN® SOFTWARE LEVEL MUST BE AT RELEASE 9.03 OR HIGHER.
SECTION C: ECM REPROGRAM - USING THE INTERNET TO RETRIEVE THE FLASH
FILE: USING THE INTERNET TO RETRIEVE THE FLASH FILE:
1. If it was determined earlier in the Diagnosis Section of this Service Bulletin, that the
ECM requires reprogramming with new software, then reprogram the ECM.
2. Reprogram the ECM with the latest software. Follow the detailed service procedures
available in DealerCONNECT / TechCONNECT. Refer to the “Service Info” tab >
Group 8 - Electrical > Electronic Control Modules - Service Information > Module -
Engine Control - Diesel > Standard Procedures > PCM/ECM Programming - Diesel.
3. Type the necessary information on the “Authorized Modification Label” and attach it
near the VECI label.
NOTE: ECM software commands when and what the CCN will display on the EVIC
regarding the new engine system and exhaust aftertreatment system
messages. The ECM software will must be up to date (correct software level)
in order for the new EVIC messages to display as designed and to also
address the symptoms and conditions addressed above.
18-013-08 REV. A -8-
POLICY:
Reimbursable within the provisions of the warranty.
TIME ALLOWANCE:
NOTE: The repairs in this Service Bulletin (SB) only address the labor associated
with the reprogramming of the ECM, the CCN, and the installation of a
Documentation Kit. Any other labor associated with the performance of
additional diagnostics or repairs are not addressed by this SB and must be
claimed separately.
Labor Operation No: Description Amount
18-19-04-41 Module, Powertrain Control (PCM) - Reprogram
(B) - (NOTE: Do not use this labor operation
number if Recall G30 was performed per this
Service Bulletin. Complete Recall G30 as directed
using the appropriate Recall G30 labor operation
number for PCM / ECM reprogram).
0.4 Hrs.
18-19-04-42 Module, Cab Compartment Node (CCN) -
Reprogram (B)
0.3 Hrs.
18-19-04-43 Kit, Documentation - Install (B) 0.2 Hrs.
FAILURE CODE:
ZZ Service Action
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Michael thanks for the reply ive read this post so many times i am confused....Im reading that it could be anyone of the listed items on the TSB,I was trying to find the exact recall or update from Dodge.I just got this truck after haveing issues with a 6.0 PSD the last repair i did to it was a FICM=Fuel injection control modual that was nearly 1000.00 what broke the camels back was just after that the EGR cooler started to leak,I now have a 2009 Dodge.Thanks for your time...............Paul
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I believe it is this TSB:

NUMBER: 18-013-08 REV. A

THIS BULLETIN SUPERSEDES TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN 18-013-08, DATED
March 13, 2008, WHICH SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM YOUR FILES. ALL
REVISIONS ARE HIGHLIGHTED WITH **ASTERISKS** AND INCLUDE AN
ADDITIONAL MODEL YEAR ALONG WITH UPDATED SYMPTOM/CONDITIONS AND
SOFTWARE UPDATES THAT MAY HELP REDUCE SOOT BUILD UP AND A REVISED
CLEAN DATE.
THE StarSCAN® FLASH FILES FOR THIS BULLETIN ARE AVAILABLE VIA THE
INTERNET.
StarSCAN® SOFTWARE LEVEL MUST BE AT RELEASE 9.03 OR HIGHER.
StarMOBILE DESKTOP CLIENT -OR- StarMOBILE STANDALONE MODE MAY ALSO
BE USED TO PERFORM THE FLASH.
SUBJECT:
FLASH: Engine System And Exhaust Aftertreatment System Enhancements
OVERVIEW:
This bulletin involves:
==> If eligible, verifying that Emission Recall G30 - Replace Oxygen Sensor
Module and Reprogram ECM has been performed. If not, perform Recall G30 first.
==> Verifying software level, and if necessary, selectively erasing and
reprogramming the Engine Control Module (ECM) with new software.
==> Verifying software level, and if necessary, selectively erasing and
reprogramming the Cab Compartment Node (CCN) module with new software.
==> The installation of a Documentation Kit containing: and Owners Manual Diesel
Supplement, a driver side sun visor label, and an Informational DVD/CD kit.
==> ** One of several software changes allows for “Net Zero” and “Net Reduction”
which will cause noticeable changes in idle speeds. Customers should be
informed of these changes. They are explained in Symptom/Condition, Section B,
Step 1.**
MODELS:
2007 - **2009** (DH/D1) Ram Truck (2500 / 3500 Pickup)
NOTE: This bulletin applies to vehicles equipped with a Cummins 6.7L engine (sale
code ETJ) built on or before **November 27th, 2008** (MDH 1127XX).
NUMBER: 18-013-08 REV. A
GROUP: Vehicle Performance
DATE: December 4, 2008
SYMPTOM/CONDITION:
NOTE: The following conditions and improvements have been addressed with the
latest Engine Control Module (ECM) software. This Service Bulletin (SB) only
addresses the labor associated with the reprogramming of the ECM, the
CCN, and the installation of a Documentation Kit. Any other labor associated
with the performance of additional diagnostics is not addressed by this SB
and must be claimed separately.
A. ISSUES ADDRESSED BY VARIOUS ECM SOFTWARE RELEASES TO DATE:
NOTE: With this latest ECM software release listed in this Service Bulletin, the
following symptoms have been completely addressed.
1. One of the following driveability conditions:
a. An intermittent rough engine idle and/or white smoke following initial engine start.
b. A throttle tip-in stumble at engine speeds of 1,300 to 2,100 RPM.
c. An engine hesitation at altitude of 5,000 feet between engine speeds of 1,200 to
1,600 RPM.
d. A turbocharger “chuff-like” sound during rapid deceleration.
2. The vehicle may fail an Emission Inspection Maintenance (I/M) Test because two or
more On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) monitors report that they are not ready for testing.
This condition may cause the customer vehicle to not pass an Emissions I/M test. The
following is a list of OBD Monitors that may report as not ready for testing:
a. Non-Methane Hydrocarbon (NMHC) Catalyst Monitor.
b. Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) Absorber Monitor.
c. Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Monitor.
d. Electrical Charging System Monitor.
e. EGR System Monitor.
f. Oxygen Sensor Monitor.
3. Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) due to one or more of the following Diagnostic
Trouble Codes (DTC's):
a. P0101 - Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Rationality
b. P0128 - Thermostat Rationality
c. U1421 - Implausible Ignition Key Off Time Received
If condition persists perform the appropriate Diagnostic Procedure.
B. ISSUES IMPROVED SIGNIFICANTLY BY VARIOUS ECM SOFTWARE RELEASES
TO DATE:
NOTE: The following symptoms and conditions have been significantly enhanced by
the latest ECM software listed in this Service Bulletin. Always check
TechCONNECT to see if there are new or additional Service Bulletins that
may apply to a condition.
1. The latest ECM software includes a new extended idle feature to accommodate the
extended idle times present in some duty cycles. This feature may help to reduce the
accumulation of soot in the exhaust aftertreatment system when the engine is idling for
an extended period of time. Briefly how this feature works:
18-013-08 REV. A -2-
a. As needed, the engine enters an idling mode which dramatically reduces the rate of
soot accumulation in the diesel particulate filter (called “Net Zero”). Further, under
extended idle periods of **5 minutes or longer**, the engine enters a mode which
reduces the amount of soot accumulated in the diesel particulate filter (called “Net
Reduction”). While in these modes, the idle speed increases to 900 RPM for a
period of time. The idle speed may return to normal idle speed and then return to
900 RPM to repeat this cycle during very long idle periods.
b. **These modes occur automatically depending on the need to regenerate the DPF
as long as the vehicle is not driven over 20 MPH or operated at high load. If the
vehicle is driven over 20 MPH normal mobile desoot will occur automatically.**
2. A MIL illumination due to one of the following DTC's:
a. P2000 - NOx Absorber Efficiency Below Threshold - Bank 1
b. P2A00 - Oxygen Sensor 1/1 Circuit Performance
c. P2A01 - Oxygen Sensor 1/2 Circuit Performance
**If DTC(s) P2000, P2A00 or P2A01 are present, ensure Service Bulletin (SB) 18-035-08
has been completed prior to proceeding with this bulletin. If SB 18-035-08 has been
previously performed, remove and clean both oxygen sensors. Make certain to
thoroughly CLEAN BOTH OXYGEN SENSORS using a clean cloth and compressed
air. Do not use any type of liquid cleaner to clean the oxygen sensor tips.**
3. After extended idling or if an intake leak is present, the vehicle operator may
experience a MIL illumination and/or an Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC)
message alert due to one or more of the following DTC's:
a. P1451 - Diesel Particulate Filter System Performance.
b. P2463 - Diesel Particulate Filter - Soot Accumulation.
c. P242F - Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction - Ash Accumulation.
4. A MIL illumination due to the following DTC:
a. P2262 - Turbocharger Boost Pressure Not Detected - Mechanical
Perform this Service Bulletin, inspect for excessive soot and perform Service
Bulletin (SB) 11-002-08 if necessary. **It is VERY IMPORTANT that SB 11-002-08 be
performed COMPLETELY to return the engine and exhaust aftertreatment systems
to a “like new” condition as necessary.**
5. A MIL illumination due to one of the following DTC's:
a. P200C - Diesel Particulate Filter Over Temperature - Bank 1
b. P242B - Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Circuit Performance - Bank 1 Sensor 3.
Perform this Service Bulletin, inspect for excessive soot and perform Service
Bulletin (SB) 11-002-08 if necessary. **It is VERY IMPORTANT that SB 11-002-08 be
performed COMPLETELY to return the engine and exhaust aftertreatment systems
to a “like new” condition as necessary. Ensure that the exhaust temperature
sensors have been thoroughly cleaned for any temperature sensor related DTC's.**
6. A MIL illumination due to one of the following DTC's:
a. P0402 - EGR Flow Excessive Detected
b. P0403 - EGR Control Circuit - Open
c. P0405 - EGR Position Sensor Circuit Low
d. P042E - EGR Control Stuck Open
e. P0489 - EGR Control Circuit - Low
Perform this Service Bulletin, inspect for excessive soot and perform Service
Bulletin (SB) 11-002-08 if necessary. **See EGR Valve cleaning section (SECTION F)
for instructions to remove and clean the EGR Valve using Mopar EGR System
Cleaner Only. It is VERY IMPORTANT that SB 11-002-08 be performed COMPLETELY
to return the engine and exhaust aftertreatment systems to a “like new” condition as
necessary.**
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7. **A MIL illumination due to the following DTC:
a. P0401 - EGR System Performance
Perform this Service Bulletin, inspect for excessive soot and perform Service
Bulletin (SB) 11-002-08 if necessary. **See EGR Cooler cleaning section (SECTION
F) for instructions to remove and clean the EGR Cooler using Mopar EGR System
Cleaner Only. It is VERY IMPORTANT that SB 11-002-08 be performed COMPLETELY
to return the engine and exhaust aftertreatment systems to a “like new” condition as
necessary.**
NOTE: The EGR valve MUST BE disassembled in order to properly clean the valve.
Refer to TechCONNECT for detailed service procedures, from the Service
Info tab select: 25 - Emissions Control > Valve - EGR - 6.7L > Removal /
Cleaning / Installation.
8. A MIL illumination due to the following DTC:
a. P245A - EGR Cooler Bypass Control Circuit - Open.
Perform this Service Bulletin and the appropriate Diagnostic Procedures for the respective
DTC. **IMPORTANT: Ensure that the EGR Temperature Sensor and intake manifold
orifice is thoroughly cleaned if this DTC occurs .**
Refer to SB 11-002-08 for detailed EGR Temperature Sensor cleaning procedures.
C. IMPROVED DIAGNOSTIC CAPABILITIES:
NOTE: A number of improvements have been made to the engine diagnostics.
Performing this Service Bulletin completely will enable these diagnostic
improvements.
1. Improved Fuel Level Sensor diagnostics in the ECM.
2. Improvement to the single diagnostic DTC P0148 - Fuel Delivery Error. This DTC is
now addressed by the following two DTC diagnostics:
a. P1011 - Fuel Pump Delivery Pressure Too Low
b. P1012 - Fuel Pump Delivery Pressure Too High
Perform this Service Bulletin. If a DTC is present, perform the appropriate Diagnostic
Procedure.
3. Creation of three new DTC's to address the inlet air temperature sensor separate from
the ambient air temperature sensor. The new DTC's are:
a. P1191 - Inlet Air Temperature Sensor Rationality / Performance. This DTC
enhances the current DTC P0071 - Inlet Air Temp Sensor Rationality / Ambient Air
Temperature Sensor Performance - TIPM.
b. P1192 - Inlet Air Temperature Sensor Too Low. This DTC enhances the current
DTC P0072 - Inlet Air Temp Sensor Voltage Too Low - TIPM.
c. P1193 - Inlet Air Temperature Sensor Too High. This DTC enhances the current
DTC P0073 - Inlet Air Temp Sensor Voltage Too High - TIPM.
Perform this Service Bulletin. If a DTC is present, perform the appropriate Diagnostic
Procedure.
4. New ECM and CCN software that together will improve the customer understanding of
the exhaust aftertreatment system messages that can be displayed on the overhead
Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC).
Perform this Service Bulletin to update the ECM and CCN software. Install the new sun
visor label.
18-013-08 REV. A -4-
5. **Creation of a new DTC to address VGT actuator calibration event failures separate
from other VGT actuator communication faults for P0046. The new DTC is: P003A -
Turbocharger Boost Control Module Position Exceeded Learning Limit.**
DIAGNOSIS:
Using a Scan Tool (StarSCAN® / StarMOBILE) with the appropriate Diagnostic
Procedures available in TechCONNECT, verify all engine systems are functioning as
designed. If DTC's other than those listed above are present record them on the repair
order and repair as necessary before proceeding further with this bulletin.
1. If one or more of the above symptoms or conditions is experienced, complete the
following steps.
NOTE: It is IMPORTANT to perform the following diagnostic steps in order and
completely to determine what level of repair is required.
2. Is the vehicle eligible to have Emissions Recall G30 - Replace Oxygen Sensor Module
and Reprogram ECM performed?
a. If YES ==> then proceed to Step 3.
b. If NO ==> then proceed to Step 4.
3. Has Emission Recall G30 - Replace Oxygen Sensor Module and Reprogram ECM
been completed on vehicle?
a. If YES ==> then proceed to Step 4.
b. If NO ==> then STOP. Perform and complete Recall G30 now. Then proceed to
Step 4.
4. Using the StarSCAN® / StarMOBILE, determine current software level of the ECM
and CCN. Record on the repair order, for later use, the current ECM and CCN
software level part numbers. Proceed to the next step.
5. If the vehicle in question is a 2007 Model Year vehicle, then compare the current
ECM software level part number. Determine if the current ECM software level part
number, recorded in Step #4, is one of the following part numbers (or with a higher
suffix):
a. **55350430AZ** (or higher) = DH 2500 6.7L Manual Transmission 50 State.
b. **55350435AZ** (or higher) = DH 2500 6.7L Automatic Transmission 50 State.
c. **55351430AZ** (or higher) = D1 3500 6.7L Manual Transmission 50 State.
d. **55351435AZ** (or higher) = D1 3500 6.7L Automatic Transmission 50 State.
6. If the vehicle in question is a 2008 Model Year vehicle, then compare the current
ECM software level part number. Determine if the current ECM software level part
number, recorded in Step #4, is one of the following part numbers (or with a higher
suffix):
a. **62350430AR** (or higher) = DH 2500 6.7L Manual Transmission 50 State.
b. **62350435AR** (or higher) = DH 2500 6.7L Automatic Transmission 50 State.
c. **62351430AR** (or higher) = D1 3500 6.7L Manual Transmission 50 State.
d. **62351435AR** (or higher) = D1 3500 6.7L Automatic Transmission 50 State.
7. **If the vehicle in question is a 2009 Model Year vehicle, then compare the current
ECM software level part number. Determine if the current ECM software level part
number, recorded in Step #4, is one of the following part numbers (or with a higher
suffix):
a. 72350430AF (or higher) = DH 2500 6.7L Manual Transmission 50 State.
b. 72350435AF (or higher) = DH 2500 6.7L Automatic Transmission 50 State.
c. 72351430AF (or higher) = D1 3500 6.7L Manual Transmission 50 State.
d. 72351435AF (or higher) = D1 3500 6.7L Automatic Transmission 50 State.**
8. Is the part number of the current ECM level software at (or higher) than one of the
software part numbers listed in Step #5 or Step #6 or Step #7?
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a. If YES ==> then the ECM DOES NOT require reprogramming as part of this repair.
Record this on the repair order for later reference. Proceed to the next step.
b. If NO ==> then the ECM DOES require reprogramming as part of this repair.
Record this on the repair order for later reference. Proceed to the next step.
9. Determine if the current CCN module level software part number, that was
recorded earlier in Step #4, is one of the following (or with a higher suffix):
a. 05172187AG (or higher) = 2007 DH (2500) or 2007 D1 (3500).
b. 05172334AG (or higher) = 2008 DH (2500) or 2008 D1 (3500).
c. **05172529AG (or higher) = 2009 DH (2500) or 2009 D1 (3500).**
10. Is the part number of the current CCN level software at (or higher) than one of the
software part numbers listed in Step #9?
a. If YES ==> then the CCN DOES NOT require reprogramming as part of this repair.
Record this on the repair order for later reference. Proceed to the next step.
b. If NO ==> then the CCN DOES require reprogramming as part of this repair.
Record this on the repair order for later reference. Proceed to the next step.
11. Has the vehicle already had a COMPLETE Documentation Kit installed? Some
vehicles may only have a part of the Documentation Kit (i.e. Diesel Owners Manual
Supplement). Make sure the vehicle/customer has received a complete
Documentation Kit.
a. If YES ==> then the Documentation Kit DOES NOT need to be installed as part of
this repair. Record this on the repair order for later reference. Proceed to the Repair
Procedure.
b. If NO ==> then the Documentation Kit DOES need to be installed as part of this
repair. Record this on the repair order for later reference. Proceed to the Repair
Procedure.
PARTS REQUIRED:
Qty. Part No. Description
(AR) 1 04275086AB Label, Authorized Modification
(AR) 1 68049170AA Documentation Kit (includes: Diesel Owners Manual
Supplement, Sun Visor Label, and Informational DVD/CD
Kit) - Kit is zero cost
SPECIAL TOOLS / EQUIPMENT REQUIRED:
NPN Battery Charger
CH9401 StarSCAN® Tool
CH9404D StarSCAN® Vehicle Cable
CH9409 StarSCAN® Documentation Kit
CH9410 StarSCAN® Ethernet Cable, 12 ft.
CH9412 StarSCAN® Software Update Device Kit
TechCONNECT PC or equivalent
18-013-08 REV. A -6-
REPAIR PROCEDURE:
NOTE: The repairs in this Service Bulletin (SB) only address the labor associated
with the reprogramming of the ECM, the CCN, and the installation of a
Documentation Kit. Any other labor associated with the performance of
additional diagnostics or repairs are not addressed by this SB and must be
claimed separately.
SECTION A: INSTALLATION OF THE DOCUMENTATION KIT:
1. If it was determined earlier in the Diagnosis Section of this Service Bulletin, that a
complete Documentation Kit has not been installed on the vehicle, then install the
Documentation Kit now.
a. Place the new Diesel Owners Manual Supplement in the vehicle Glove Box.
b. Place the Informational DVD/CD in the vehicle Glove Box.
c. Install the new Sun Visor Label to the left (driver) side sun visor. The label should
be centered on the sun visor and to the left of the seat belt warnings. Verify that the
label is firmly attached to the sun visor material.
NOTE: IMPORTANT: At time of customer vehicle pickup, the dealer should take the
time to review the Documentation Kit material with the customer.
SECTION B: CCN MODULE REPROGRAM - USING THE INTERNET TO RETRIEVE
THE FLASH FILE:
StarSCAN® SOFTWARE LEVEL MUST BE AT RELEASE 9.03 OR HIGHER.
1. If it was determined earlier in the Diagnosis Section of this Service Bulletin, that the
CCN module requires reprogramming with new software, then reprogram the CCN
module.
2. Open the hood and install a battery charger. Using a voltmeter, verify that the charging
rate provides 13.2 - 13.5 volts. Set the battery charger to continuous charge. Do not
allow the charger to time out during the flash process. Remove the charger from the
battery when the flash process is complete.
NOTE: Do not allow the charging voltage to climb above 13.5 volts during the flash
process.
3. If not already performed, connect the CH9410 StarSCAN® ethernet cable to the
StarSCAN® and the dealer's network drop.
4. Connect the CH9404D StarSCAN® vehicle cable to the StarSCAN® and the vehicle.
5. Turn the ignition switch to the “RUN/ON” position.
6. Power ON the StarSCAN®.
7. Retrieve the old ECU (CCN) module part number and reprogram the CCN module.
Using the StarSCAN® at the “Home” screen:
a. Select “ECU View”
b. Touch the screen to highlight the CCN in the list of modules.
c. Select “More Options”
d. Select “ECU Flash”.
e. Record the part number at the top of the “Flash CCN” screen for later reference.
f. Select “Browse for New File”. Follow the on screen instructions.
g. Select “Download to Scantool”.
h. Select “Close” after the download is complete, then select “Back”.
i. Highlight the listed calibration.
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j. Select “Update Controller”.
k. When the CCN module update is complete, select “OK”.
NOTE: CCN software controls the Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC)
messages. The CCN software must be up to date (correct software level) in
order for the new engine system and exhaust aftertreatment system
messages to be displayed on the EVIC. These new messages are addressed
on the new sun visor label and in the new Diesel Owners Manual
Supplement.
StarSCAN® SOFTWARE LEVEL MUST BE AT RELEASE 9.03 OR HIGHER.
SECTION C: ECM REPROGRAM - USING THE INTERNET TO RETRIEVE THE FLASH
FILE: USING THE INTERNET TO RETRIEVE THE FLASH FILE:
1. If it was determined earlier in the Diagnosis Section of this Service Bulletin, that the
ECM requires reprogramming with new software, then reprogram the ECM.
2. Reprogram the ECM with the latest software. Follow the detailed service procedures
available in DealerCONNECT / TechCONNECT. Refer to the “Service Info” tab >
Group 8 - Electrical > Electronic Control Modules - Service Information > Module -
Engine Control - Diesel > Standard Procedures > PCM/ECM Programming - Diesel.
3. Type the necessary information on the “Authorized Modification Label” and attach it
near the VECI label.
NOTE: ECM software commands when and what the CCN will display on the EVIC
regarding the new engine system and exhaust aftertreatment system
messages. The ECM software will must be up to date (correct software level)
in order for the new EVIC messages to display as designed and to also
address the symptoms and conditions addressed above.
18-013-08 REV. A -8-
POLICY:
Reimbursable within the provisions of the warranty.
TIME ALLOWANCE:
NOTE: The repairs in this Service Bulletin (SB) only address the labor associated
with the reprogramming of the ECM, the CCN, and the installation of a
Documentation Kit. Any other labor associated with the performance of
additional diagnostics or repairs are not addressed by this SB and must be
claimed separately.
Labor Operation No: Description Amount
18-19-04-41 Module, Powertrain Control (PCM) - Reprogram
(B) - (NOTE: Do not use this labor operation
number if Recall G30 was performed per this
Service Bulletin. Complete Recall G30 as directed
using the appropriate Recall G30 labor operation
number for PCM / ECM reprogram).
0.4 Hrs.
18-19-04-42 Module, Cab Compartment Node (CCN) -
Reprogram (B)
0.3 Hrs.
18-19-04-43 Kit, Documentation - Install (B) 0.2 Hrs.
FAILURE CODE:
ZZ Service Action
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Paul,

Sorry for the confusion. In simple terms, the TSB was written to address some driveability issues that resulted from the soot capture system being plugged up and causing upstream problems. This resulted in error codes or owner complaints for:

1. One of the following driveability conditions:
a. An intermittent rough engine idle and/or white smoke following initial engine start.
b. A throttle tip-in stumble at engine speeds of 1,300 to 2,100 RPM.
c. An engine hesitation at altitude of 5,000 feet between engine speeds of 1,200 to
1,600 RPM.
d. A turbocharger “chuff-like” sound during rapid deceleration.
2. The vehicle may fail an Emission Inspection Maintenance (I/M) Test because two or more On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) monitors report that they are not ready for testing.
This condition may cause the customer vehicle to not pass an Emissions I/M test.

The following is a list of OBD Monitors that may report as not ready for testing:
a. Non-Methane Hydrocarbon (NMHC) Catalyst Monitor.
b. Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) Absorber Monitor.
c. Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Monitor.
d. Electrical Charging System Monitor.
e. EGR System Monitor.
f. Oxygen Sensor Monitor.
3. Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) due to one or more of the following Diagnostic
Trouble Codes (DTC's):
a. P0101 - Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Rationality
b. P0128 - Thermostat Rationality
c. U1421 - Implausible Ignition Key Off Time Received
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