Ecodiesel lawsuit emissions Fix

Discussion in 'Dodge Ram Eco Diesels' started by Dhubble, May 12, 2019.

  1. Dhubble

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    Yea hopefully. Once you get it can you reply on here and let us know any differences you might notice? I've been out of my truck for so long I forgot what it felt like driving it. So I cant tell a difference. All i think is i have even more lag on my pedal . I even timed it and it was from the first stomp till it launched was 2.78 seconds-2.10 seconds. I ended up purchasing a Pedal Commander past night cause I hate the lag.
     
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    I will do that of course. Pedal Commander is amazing. I would hate to drive my truck without it. Pulling into heavy traffic could even be unsafe without it
     
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    That is exactly how I feel. How long have you had the PC? And what are you MPGs with it
     
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    Just picked my truck up from getting the AEM and it's hard to tell if it's any different. I have a 120 mile commute so tomorrow will be a better tell. So far around town it FEELS a bit better off the line, but my loaner car waa a total turd so it may just be me being hyper sensitive. I'm really not concerned honestly.

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    I got it right after I bought my truck. With a 2" leveling kit, and running 33/12.50/20 tires I'm still getting up to 25 mpg on the highway, and 18 - 19 mpg locally. I live in the hills on curvy roads. I'm happy with the mpg for sure
     
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    Right on that's good to know. Yea I'm curious how everything works out for you with the recall
     
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    That's good to hear. Yea I was in a hemi for about 8-9 months so when i jumped in my ecodiesel i could just be hyper sensitive as well
     
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    It's different, without a doubt, I just cant Figure out what exactly it is. Exhaust sounds different at idle (I have a DPF back straight pipe) I can hear the turbo veins cycle now, other than that, thus far who knows.

    I'm more concerned with tracking a notary down to finalize this!

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    A UPS store or your bank I believe
     
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    I just got the letter today and am submitting the claim. My issue is that I was trying to sell the truck... good for me the sale didn't happen yet as I get the bigger compensation but wondering what people think this will do to the 'value' of the truck. Value is defined as what people will pay for it, KBB and NADA etc aren't worth the paper you print them out on but I can see this going one of 3 ways... 1) No change in value 2) Decrease in value because people who are not 'in the know' have a perception that these eco-diesels have "issues" or 3) an Increase in value because now no matter how many miles you have on your truck (and I just hit 120k) you get 4 additional years and 40,000 miles of free extended warranty coverage That is transferable) on these emission parts and some fuel delivery parts. Only bummer now is that I have to wait for all of this to work itself out before I sell the truck...Thoughts?
     

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