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Old 06-12-2010, 08:58 PM
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How do I determine what "Job Number" My 2008 Engine is?

Just like the title says - How do I determine what "Job Number" My 2008 Engine is?

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What's the build date on the door?
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Job numbers & differences
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Old 06-14-2010, 03:51 AM
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Thanks for the info guys. My truck was built in 3/07. Is there any specific problems with Job 1 6.4 trucks?
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Radiator, IC, headgaskets, injectors.
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The Job2 start date is 7/30/07, according to the links. My door just says Date: 07/07. More than likely, it's a job 1, but there's about a 1 in 15 chance it could be a job 2. Is there some definitive way to tell?
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Radiator, IC, headgaskets, injectors.
Does this mean I should stay away from performance parts and tuners?
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The Job2 start date is 7/30/07, according to the links. My door just says Date: 07/07. More than likely, it's a job 1, but there's about a 1 in 15 chance it could be a job 2. Is there some definitive way to tell?
Check where the 2nd transmission filter is. If you cant find it, its a job 2 more than likely. The filter will be in line on the way to the cooler. Just trace the lines.
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Old 06-14-2010, 03:50 PM
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Mine was built in 3/07 as well and I have 63,000 miles. Just had a Blackstone Analysis done and It said there was a little fuel in the oil but nothing to be concerned about and other than that no other problems at all with the oil. Personally I have had no problems other than a radiator repl. I did buy the truck used in 2009 with 43,000 miles but the oasis nor Carfax showed any other repairs. I plan on getting the H&S Black Maxx as soon as I can talk the boss woman into it :-)
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Radiator, IC, headgaskets, injectors.
ic = intercooler?

haha sweet, got me a job 1. hope my head gaskets are good.
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