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post #1 of 3 Old 03-16-2011, 06:50 PM Thread Starter
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I like this section.

It gives me a warm fuzzy feeling every time I check this section and see no new topics. Knock on wood! But 32 topics in one year... Seems to me things are going pretty well for us 6.7 owner. Hope the trend continues.

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I had one the other day. It threw a check engine light for iat and ambient air temp correlation. I talked to the customer. Turns out the day the light came on he was crusing down the interstate with his plow on the front. He said his snow flap flipped up, then 10 miles later the light came on.

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That's good to know. So if a piece of plastic flew up on my grille the computer could tell by checking intake temp and crossing that with ambient air temp?

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