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I have a 2009 6.4 with a dpf-doc removed as well as a xrt pro. The truck is great but I have noticed that it will stumble at idle while in park every 35 seconds or so. The rpms will drop by at the most 100rpm most people dont notice it. The truck has about 53k on it. Am i just crazy of is anyone else seeing this?
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Does that coincide with the ac comPressor clutch engaging?
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No its not the ac compressor. It's not as noticable as the load from the compressor. I think that it could be a injector problem almost like its loading then it stumbles but its very faint.
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