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Tucdog

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What do I need to know? Mods, what to do, what not to do? Threads to read?

Thanks!

2022 Ram Laramie 4x4 eco diesel
 

mikey2k

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New 2014 ecodiesel 1500. Plagued with def issues. what is the best delete?
 

crash68

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What do I need to know? Mods, what to do, what not to do?
If you use it for short trips be sure to take it on the freeway 2-3 times a month for a good 45 minute cruise while the engine is up to full temperature.
 

crash68

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New 2014 ecodiesel 1500. Plagued with def issues. what is the best delete?
Look up EcoDiesel Owners Canada (yes it's in Canada)
 

Lysergic

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New EcoD owner here. A local dealer had six new 2023 EcoD on the lot, Bighorn trims. All priced to sell. I couldn't resist. As of last week they still have 5 left.

Interestingly, there's a service sticker under the hood that says "fuel pump replaced Dec. 2023". I also found a folded up sticker in the passenger side pocket missed by the prep crew that said "vehicle not for sale". I'm guessing they had flagged the trucks until they replaced the pump.

Had 12 miles on it when I left the dealer. 260 on it now. I got 26.5 MPG driving home and it was still climbing (90% highway). Right now in my area of Texas, diesel is down to $2.75/gallon on the north side of Houston. (Costco). Most other stations are $2.90-$3.40/gal, depending on location.
 

runamuck

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here in Hurst dsl is mostly in the 3.40 something range. there is a Texaco near me that is often 3.25 or so.
 

turkeybird56

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Hemi 5.7
New EcoD owner here. A local dealer had six new 2023 EcoD on the lot, Bighorn trims. All priced to sell. I couldn't resist. As of last week they still have 5 left.

Interestingly, there's a service sticker under the hood that says "fuel pump replaced Dec. 2023". I also found a folded up sticker in the passenger side pocket missed by the prep crew that said "vehicle not for sale". I'm guessing they had flagged the trucks until they replaced the pump.

Had 12 miles on it when I left the dealer. 260 on it now. I got 26.5 MPG driving home and it was still climbing (90% highway). Right now in my area of Texas, diesel is down to $2.75/gallon on the north side of Houston. (Costco). Most other stations are $2.90-$3.40/gal, depending on location.
Yes, the ED's have the same problem with the CP4 pumps that other trucks have, which is why replaced.
 

oledirteh

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If it has had the cp4 replaced, avoid banks diesel derringer for the time being as they have not released a new tune for that pump and it will send your truck to the shop and the techs will give you problems over it.
 

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