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    The rubber boot is riveted in place, so you will...

    The rubber boot is riveted in place, so you will have to drill them out to remove.
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    If you don't know the history of the car, then...

    If you don't know the history of the car, then you have no basis for knowing whether or not the clutch is worn out.

    Generally speaking, it should be fine with only 17k on the clock, but again, it...
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    Define "available option". There's a big...

    Define "available option".

    There's a big difference between a box you could check on an order form that would have been a factory option (like ordering the factory navigation system instead of...
  4. Thread: New TPMS

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    Thankfully, that's never happened to me, but if...

    Thankfully, that's never happened to me, but if it does, I now know what to do.
  5. Thread: New TPMS

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    Always a good feeling when you finally succeed,...

    Always a good feeling when you finally succeed, especially if the problem has been lingering for a while.

    So if I'm reading this correctly, you use the DRB III to put the car's TPMS module into a...
  6. It was likely a coincidence, so I wouldn't think...

    It was likely a coincidence, so I wouldn't think about it too much.

    My experience with that code is that it is generally triggered when you have a combination of long distance, low load, low RPM...
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    It sounds like you have the data you need to make...

    It sounds like you have the data you need to make your case with them...it seems like their position is to push back on the customer, because it couldn't possibly be something that they did. To be...
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    Here are two links that go along with the history...

    Here are two links that go along with the history lesson:

    https://driveviper.com/forums/threads/8533-Arrow-Racing-G4-Mopar-PCM-upgraded-flash-is-released!?highlight=exhaust+popping

    Pay...
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    My $0.02: You are wasting your time with...

    My $0.02:

    You are wasting your time with another dealer appointment - it won't fix the issue you are having.

    You already know what the problem is - it is a calibration issue. You know this...
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    And here I am having never torqued either the...

    And here I am having never torqued either the drain or fill plugs on the T-56 I used to own, or the TR-6060 I have now.

    The major issue I see is that those plugs, especially the drain plug, don't...
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    I have no doubt they did this, but wow, what a...

    I have no doubt they did this, but wow, what a dick move.
  12. My Gen 4 did what you describe when I first...

    My Gen 4 did what you describe when I first bought the car. Backing out of my garage requires a tight turn, and the front tires would skitter across the driveway during that process, especially when...
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    I always check/adjust the pressures when the car...

    I always check/adjust the pressures when the car is completely cooled off, with the car up in the air so no weight is on the suspension.

    Also, you need to keep in mind that what you use to check...
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    Pretty sure the lines are -10, and the fittings...

    Pretty sure the lines are -10, and the fittings are -10 O-Ring Boss (ORB) at each end. 45° fittings at the block, 90° fittings at the oil cooler.

    I'd pass on the adapters, but that's just me. It's...
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    Probably won't help, but my MCS shock canisters...

    Probably won't help, but my MCS shock canisters came pressurized at 175 psi. I've run them between 150 and 200 psi just to see what difference it made, and have settled around 185 psi for my use (99%...
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    Your story reminds me of this one: ...

    Your story reminds me of this one:

    https://driveviper.com/forums/threads/27690-Mopar-ECU-in-my-Gen-4?p=434279&viewfull=1#post434279

    I'd suspect it is in the tune, specifically related to the...
  17. One last thing, and I'll consider the horse...

    One last thing, and I'll consider the horse thoroughly beaten...check out the last picture in this post:
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  18. Agreed.

    Agreed.
  19. Hopefully they actually have one in stock, or can...

    Hopefully they actually have one in stock, or can get one. A lot of these websites don't indicate actual inventory, even though it appears that you can order it.

    Even if you do end up going with a...
  20. Looks like it, but you'll need to pick up a set...

    Looks like it, but you'll need to pick up a set of Gen 4 stub axles to be able to install it in your Gen 3. All you have to do is pull the Gen 5 stubs, and tap the Gen 4 ones in place.

    Not sure...
  21. Correct on the price...it was cheapest when they...

    Correct on the price...it was cheapest when they were liquidating parts at the end of the Gen 5 production run. Since then the supply has gone down, and the price has gone up accordingly.

    If you...
  22. This would be the best bet (and probably the most...

    This would be the best bet (and probably the most cost effective), but they are becoming hard to find.

    The main issue is the stock Gen III Hydra-Lok differential - they were not known for their...
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    https://i.ibb.co/6ZmWFkm/Oof.jpg

    https://i.ibb.co/6ZmWFkm/Oof.jpg
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    I guess the part that gets me is that he swapped...

    I guess the part that gets me is that he swapped back in the stock PCM, and it ran fine minus the one code.

    An owner with both the stock PCM and Arrow PCM has the ability to swap them back and...
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    Correct, but not my point. Once the throttle...

    Correct, but not my point.

    Once the throttle pedal relearn is done, that information is stored somewhere. Being that it is a critical component of the vehicle's basic ability to function, I'd hope...
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