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Old 01-27-2018, 05:30 PM   #1  
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24 valve powerless

I have a 99 dodge 3500 cummins. The truck had lost power before and we put a new lift pump and reman injection pump after the whole system when dead. It has a clean air filter and a banks exhaust brake . It has good fuel pressure and only builds 14 lbs of boost going anywhere floored. So my question is what do you think is wrong it just seems powerless even before with a bad stock lift pump it had more power than it currently does.
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Old 01-27-2018, 08:02 PM   #2  
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Have you tried the apps reset. I did this on mine and could not believe the difference it made. The apps reset is simple. Disconnect both negative battery cables and allow it to sit 6 or 8 hours. I let mine sit 8 hours. Reconnect the cables and turn the switch on but do not restart. Mash the accelerator pedal to the floor very slowly, about 1 minute for me. Release the pedal at the same speed. After releasing the pedal crank and drive. Helped with dead pedal and hesitation on my truck.
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Check for codes,,,turn key on off 3 times look at odometer and write down any 4 digit numbers and post back up.
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Check for codes, turn key on off 3 times look at the odometer and write down any 4 digit numbers and post back up.
Did you test for intercooler leaks?
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^^^good idea
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Could be a cam sensor, depending on what codes come up. I had one do the same thing. Was a locomotive one day, then the next it wouldn't pull the hat off your head.
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Guess he got it figured out....
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I just did the reset on the apps and put a different air filter on it sorry it took me so long to reply but I forgot my password and couldn’t work on the truck until warm weather that we could dig it outta the shed only has 88,000 miles and never seen a winter
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