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^^ What he said.
I would also put an elevated idle switch in ANYTHING you were gonna idle for extended periods, on the PTO sense, or at the VERY least on the Battery Charge Protect circuit. I prefer the PTO sense, as it runs the engine at 1200RPM, and will allow for better airflow across the cooling stack should the truck start to warm up and the fan clutch duty cycle come up.
Just my opinion.
And even WITH particulate filters and junk on there still, SEIC is a good idea, just to at least try an help prevent wet stacking.
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