I just ran a 9.719 in the 1/8th
That Was my only pass.....
That Was my only pass.....
Do a PCM reset and drive lightly for a couple of days without going WOT. Let the PCM learn your new throttle positions.Other mods I have incase it helps is: Superchips, JBA shorty headers, cut out the muffler and installed 3'' straight pipe, Airaid MIT, 70mm TB, Powerwire from Airram, new 08 intake, Iridium plugs, that sums it up. I am going to get the truck dyno'd in a couple weeks, just have to find a reputable shop and I will post the numbers with all these mods. I am guessing maybe 215 to the wheels from stock. I dont want tuning, just the numbers...
Happy Holidays all! I replaced the IACV with one from a junk yard from a Dodge like mine with 35k miles. It still did it and I was worried about it not being a good part even though it was free. I ended up going to the dealer and paying them for a new one, install and to calibrate the computer. I was worried I would mess up my engine throwing one in w/o calibrating it etc. Well it still does it... I have followed your directions twice to the T Nick and it doesnt help. I am almost certain its not a vacuum leak. It seems it only shows itself when the truck is warm and in Idle or park will it shoot to 1100-1200 RPM. Also when driving, it will idle funny sometimes like stay at 800 instead of dropping to 500 when in drive. It resets and wont do it after I start it up which tells me its cycling and reseting after I turn off and on the truck. I am thinking its electronic like a TPS but I am reading my symptoms arent normal for a bad tps. The voltage read fine when hooked up to the computer but I am leaning towards a new TPS. The dealer said pay them 89.99 to spray an 8.00 can of mopar combustion chamber cleaner in there and there sure it will fix my problem... Yea right!
I took there advice and bought the can but did it myself and whaalaaa same problem lol... If I would have paid 89.99 and I was suckered I would have been pissed then they would tell me to pound sand... Anyways I am thinking I will get a mopar TPS but cant find any info regarding calibrating such a sensitive peice so I dont know if this is a stealership job!
Other then that Nick, with the intake, TB its a new animal. I think that gears should be mandatory because I dont think 3.55 do this mod any justice!!!
There's one on the back of each head and one on the manifold. The ones on the back of the heads go to a t. The one on the manifold is on the back driver side.Replaced with new TPS and reset computer same problem...
Will look at the PCV hoses. Where on the manifold are they?
Thanks for any ideas!
If I cant get it fixed soon no other choice then to sell it and get a better vehicle; it's a shame too, its a 2004 with 75k on the odometer!