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Old 04-22-2009, 08:06 PM
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Default Dodge/Cummins 6.7L Factory Service Manual

Saturday I ordered the Factory Service Manual on CD from Dodge Cummins and Ford Power Stroke Diesel Truck Accessories - Geno's Garage and there was a question as to if it was a full version or not and the answer is yes. I received it today and it's the same one you will find at the Tech Authority website https://techauthority.gltghosting.co...atalogId=10051

To view the wiring diagrams you have to install the SVG viewer software (included with the CD).

By the way, if you need info and don't have the $120 for the CD you can get a subscription (for a fee) to view the information they have on our trucks.

It's best to do this on Saturday and this will give you 2 days access to the site where if you do it lets say Monday you only get 1 day.
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Old 04-22-2009, 10:37 PM
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Thanks for $120....its worth it for sure
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You bet with the price of labor now. Oh yeah, I should have mentioned that if you have a question about something you can also ask me since I do now have the manual, LOL.
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You bet with the price of labor now. Oh yeah, I should have mentioned that if you have a question about something you can also ask me since I do now have the manual, LOL.
LOL... well not to take advantage of you, I want to hook up an inline switch for the backup lites so that i can turn them on with out having to be in reverse.

And I would like to use either 2- 35 watts on the truck, and a 55 watt on the trailer....in a previous install on another truck, I used relays to ensure that the wiring would handle the juice...Wondering if its a good idea to do that on the dodge too? Although the trailer plug is already wired for backups...will it handle 55watts??
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LOL... well not to take advantage of you, I want to hook up an inline switch for the backup lites so that i can turn them on with out having to be in reverse.

And I would like to use either 2- 35 watts on the truck, and a 55 watt on the trailer....in a previous install on another truck, I used relays to ensure that the wiring would handle the juice...Wondering if its a good idea to do that on the dodge too? Although the trailer plug is already wired for backups...will it handle 55watts??

John I shall look into this since I need a set of backups too. I was thinking about getting this since it has a switch that you could tap into. Auxillery Backup Lights
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Ther has to be a better way than $120..and i find it..if you wait..
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Squid, is this the manual you have?
https://servicerepairmanuals.com/~se...rch_result.php

This URL is not going to the search results I did; but if you still click on it then on the left side use the click down menus to enter year, manufacture, and model. Then the service manual for our truck will come up.
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Squid, is this the manual you have?
https://servicerepairmanuals.com/~se...rch_result.php

This URL is not going to the search results I did; but if you still click on it then on the left side use the click down menus to enter year, manufacture, and model. Then the service manual for our truck will come up.
Sounds like it, that's the same write up as the one I bought and I'm sure glad I have it.

If you get it let us know, it sure would be nice if everyone could get one for $50 rather then the $120 I spent.
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I did get it. It was $69.99 with shipping.
Just wasn't sure if it was yours, because it has a different cover.
But it seems complete and has the wiring.
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I did get it. It was $69.99 with shipping.
Just wasn't sure if it was yours, because it has a different cover.
But it seems complete and has the wiring.
I don't know if what they've done is legal but they more then likely bought 1 OEM CD and are just copying it to their own labeled CD's.
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