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    Good points by all. I USED to go by the every...

    Good points by all.

    I USED to go by the every 6 month rule...noting that our Vipers are under-driven. I always sent in a sample for analysis to Blackstone...along with periodic samples of virgin...
  2. Normal for all Vipers with A/C. There is a...

    Normal for all Vipers with A/C. There is a published work around somewhere on these forums...sorry that I don't recall details. Undoubtedly, someone will follow with the answer.
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    Well said, ChargerMan426 !! What one uses...

    Well said, ChargerMan426 !!

    What one uses SHOULD reflect their own needs for the chosen purpose and planned service intervals. There are great differences between the casual street driving of...
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    DIFFERENTIAL MOPAR "Synthetic Gear & Axle...

    DIFFERENTIAL

    MOPAR "Synthetic Gear & Axle Lubricant SAE 75W-140" 68218657AB...for differential.

    PLUS

    MOPAR*" Limited Slip Additive Friction Modifier"...NOW called*MOPAR Limited...
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    Good advice above. I would check fuse #15 in PDC...

    Good advice above. I would check fuse #15 in PDC under hood as it protects both PCM and ASD relay.
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    ...but, when you lock your fob and keys in the...

    ...but, when you lock your fob and keys in the trunk, just call me BEFORE anyone tries something drastic.
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    BOTH of you are correct...per the chart in the...

    BOTH of you are correct...per the chart in the Student Tech training manual's electrical section, starting in 1998 there was one chirp on locking Viper, two flashes of parking lights on unlocking...
  8. Have seen the timing chain cover gasket problem...

    Have seen the timing chain cover gasket problem on a couple of 98's...in addition to 96, 97 Gen II's.
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    Check your voicemail.

    Check your voicemail.
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    Yes...very well known. He has his own shop now.

    Yes...very well known. He has his own shop now.
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    You might want to make the quick trip up the...

    You might want to make the quick trip up the coast to see Tom Sessions...just outside of Wilmington.
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    Yes, locking doors sets alarm. To be clear, if...

    Yes, locking doors sets alarm.

    To be clear, if the LED's on the inside door handles stay on more than 2 minutes, something is not right. Whatever the reason, if said LED's stay on indefinitely,...
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    Yes, doors should work without fobs. You should...

    Yes, doors should work without fobs. You should resend fobs as first step. Disconnecting battery should not cause fobs to need reprogramming.
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    There have been many similar posts throughout the...

    There have been many similar posts throughout the years...and, I have seen several among my local members.
    In a couple of instances, wife got locked in the car...and not happy.

    Do your key fobs...
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    Test your battery voltage off of well after you...

    Test your battery voltage off of well after you have driven it and off of a charger at least an hour. If voltage low, alarm can "get confused"...also, cracked/broken wires can be revealed.

    As to...
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    Check wiring to doors by hinge...may find broken...

    Check wiring to doors by hinge...may find broken wire(s)...common.

    Another consideration is impending failure of EEM. Happy to discuss with you if you like.

    Finally...do you know age and...
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    Great info and suggestions given here...temp...

    Great info and suggestions given here...temp sensor is certainly the most likely the problem.

    Austin, down the road keep in mind that MANY 2001 water pumps had failures due to the impeller...
  18. Congrats on a trip of a lifetime!! And... THANK...

    Congrats on a trip of a lifetime!! And...
    THANK YOU, Brian for leading the charge to keep the Viper alive. Your many contributions and unwavering commitment to Viper history are well recognized as...
  19. I would guess a DRB III would do it. I used...

    I would guess a DRB III would do it. I used "guess" because I have not explored this on a Gen II, though I have gone through it on a Gen III.
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    Dave, by "going with the Tremac Fluid", are you...

    Dave, by "going with the Tremac Fluid", are you referring to their "HP-MTF" ?

    If "yes", did you have any concerns with the wording of the product description that I think would apply to Gen I, II,...
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    Great story...keep the updates coming on both...

    Great story...keep the updates coming on both Vipers !!
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    Great story...keep the updates coming on both...

    Great story...keep the updates coming on both Vipers !!
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    Having 5 different T-56 Vipers, all I can add is...

    Having 5 different T-56 Vipers, all I can add is that thus far, our stock Vipers do not have this issue. Small sample, I know...but I would suspect the short shifter or the installation of same. It...
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    Thanks, Dave !!

    Thanks, Dave !!
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    As I recall, the fIx from Roe was the insertion...

    As I recall, the fIx from Roe was the insertion of a metal connector at the site of the leaking/tearing bleeder valve. Said connector had a standard size petcock in its middle.
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