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Exhaust Brake sticking in the on position. 2012 ram 2500, 6.7 L, automatic trans, 4x4, 145,000 miles

Discussion in 'Engine & Performance' started by William Moraca, Oct 12, 2019 at 3:47 PM.

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  1. William Moraca

    William Moraca Junior Member

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    I purchased the truck Aug of 2019. the truck came with DPF delete, EGR delete, cold air intake, Cat delete. locking front hubs, rear air bags. The problem I am having is the exhaust brake is sticking. it doesn't matter if I am towing or not. The dealer has no idea, being there is no codes sent.
     
  2. cash4acres

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    BBQ cleaner in hot side of he351 or he300 when cold. Soak it 2-3x & every 25k miles. I get 27-33 MPGs & rarely use the exhaust brake. $25 brake pads cheaper than turbo brakes. & RED brake light goes on with brakes. NOT with turbo brake.

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    What do you mean it's "sticking"?


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  4. bm02tj

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    Get some lube from Pac Brake and lube the shaft and pivots
     

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