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What I have noticed so far on cool days. When the engine temperature is below 60 you can hear the turbo whistle. Above 60 something changes, the whistle goes away and the engine has a distinctly different sound with a slightly rough idle that will last for above 5 to 10 on the engine temperature and then it smooths out keeping the same engine noise.

Does anyone know what is electronically happening in our engines during this time frame?

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Did mine today and works perfectly, thanks for posting this!

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Does it matter what WATT the resistor is?

I see some 0.5 some 1/4 some 1/8 watt.

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Does it matter what WATT the resistor is?

I see some 0.5 some 1/4 some 1/8 watt.

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I used the 22K 1/2 watt,

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I used the 22K 1/2 watt,
What did our high idle speed end up at with the 22k?
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Well that was easy haha.

Tied it into Aux 3, along with my phone booster so I can run booster full time and when I want high idle I hit it a throw e brake on and with the 22k ohm resistor it goes to about 1200 ish maybe a little lower. 4 switches, 5 purposes... yessss.

Should have done this before winter, didn't think it would take 5 mins.
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Anyone with a 2014 had any issues with this? I get a check engine light when I use it.

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What did our high idle speed end up at with the 22k?
For me it's around 1100RPM.

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Still having issues when I use the high idle in that I get code P22FF [SCR NOx CATALYST INLET TEMPERATURE TOO LOW]. Dealership can't figure it out, has anyone else had this issue?

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Anyway to work around having to set the e-brake?
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