Some 2013 Ford F-350 Super Duty trucks equipped with a 6.2L diesel engine and built on or before 2/21/2013 may exhibit an illuminated red brake warning indicator, with DTC C101A:62 (vacuum pressure sensor signal error) in the ABS module.
This bulletin applies to 2014-2015 Chevy Cruze vehicles equipped with a diesel engine. Some customers may comment on the MIL being illuminated. The technician may find DTC P22FA set current or in history. This condition may be caused by the nitrogen oxide sensor (NOX) covered with diesel particulates (soot).
Some 2013 Ford E-350 and E-450 vans equipped with a 6.8L diesel engine may exhibit an illuminated wrench lamp with DTC P061A setting after SEIC (stationary elevated idle control) operation is disabled. The SEIC boosts idle speed when using PTO (power take off).
This bulletin applies to 2010-2012 Chevy Express and 2011-2012 Silverado 2500HD/3500 series trucks equipped with a 6.6L Duramax diesel engine. Some vehicles were involved in a mid-year change. Some may have been built with a flywheel housing that uses two different style seals (left side and right side seals are different).
Some 2015-2017 Ford F-Super Duty trucks equipped with a 6.7L diesel engine, built on or before June 1, 2017, may exhibit a leak from the coolant pump.
Some 2013 Ford F-Super Duty trucks equipped with the 6.7L diesel engine may exhibit the MIL on with codes P2002, P208E, P06EA and/or P06EB stored. A calibration is available to improve the monitors listed for these DTCs.
This bulletin applies to 2013 Dodge Ram 3500 trucks equipped with a 6/7L Cummins diesel engine, built on or after Jan. 1, 2012, or before May 2, 2013. Some text in the instrument cluster for the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) reminder is overlapping and hard to read.
This bulletin applies to 2009 Dodge Ram vehicles equipped with a Cummins 6.7L diesel engine (sales code ETJ) and built after Dec. 15, 2008, and to all 2009 6.7L with sales code ETJ.
Ford cautions about the use of tap water when final flushing the cooling system of a 6.0L or 6.4L diesel engine in 2003-2010 F-Super Duty trucks. The use of tap water in some geographic areas can lead to unacceptable scaling and/or corrosion within the cooling system (water jackets/passages) as well as decreased coolant pump life.
Turbochargers are essentially compressors that direct more air into the engine’s cylinders in order to produce additional power. A turbo derives its energy source from both temp and pressure of exhaust gas. Intake air enters through the air cleaner into the turbo compressor inlet. The air is compressed which raises air density and volume.
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