Submitted 2018-06-20 By Thomas From undisclosed The power steering cooler I bought came with a couple of these three, I think but I'm glad I spent the few bucks extra for these. Yes, I've replaced the intercooler hose on the high pressure side. I did replace the seals on both sides of the resonator and the seal at the outlet of the turbocharger leading to the resonator. I had no heat too, but found the problem. Then I replaced the air intake hose that runs from the air filter to the turbo since it had deteriorated at the turbo end due to high heat I suppose.
I discovered it to be known as the intercooler hose on the hot side. The recall began January 13, 2015. Remedy Cummings will notify owners to take buses to a Ricon dealer or service center who will install supplemental platform support bumpers. It's location is on the driver side looking up in the general area. So I decided so far that I will take the old one off, check it over to see if it is repairable, if not, order the new one and replace it. If you can't find it, call Dodge and they will give you the code for free. Pressure sensor is mounted on the throttle body! Check for this code in your owners manual - it will usually be either a sticker or small card in the booklet.
That sounds like a good course of action. But one good thing, I've gotten quite the education on it. However, I wasn't sure if the position of the little butterfly gear was important or not, so I turned it 180 degrees thinking I had moved it out of position with the lower part of it. Worked great and made for simple mounting. My experience almost 3 years ago leads me to believe that dealer sponsored training to remain current on what is essentially a Mercedes product is suspect. There is no way that I would have any work performed at a Dodge dealership on a Sprinter.
An oily film in the intercooler is normal. Then I pulled over and unplugged the mass air flow sensor. Dodge dealers have not sold a new Sprinter since 2010 and many are focused on the Ram branding for those vehicles. As I said, right now I'm just seeing the generic code P0299. Restore proper shifting and drivability with Dorman's Transmission Conductor Plate. First Two Characters Refer to Seats. I've seen some mention one that is new and improved, made of aluminum instead of plastic.
So far this has been my experiences, but I'm still researching a continual problem. Has anyone else done this? Owners may contact Cumming's customer service at 1-800-639-5438 or Ricon customer service at 1-800-322-2884. These allowed me to just snip off the ones that came with the unit and just pop in a few new ones. These vehicles are equipped with certain air bag inflators assembled into the passenger frontal air bag modules used as original equipment or replacement equipment. I repaired the crack with some duct tape and hose clamps. But I have a question. Upon deployment of the driver's frontal air bag, excessive internal pressure may cause the inflator to rupture.
It really needs a good scan dat interrogation once the boost pressure problem is resolved. In the event of an emergency, the ambulance may not be able to alert other vehicles of its presence, slowing its trip to the hospital and increasing the risk of a crash. They seem to think I have a air leak somewhere. The recall began on May 31, 2013. Someone told me that oil across the entire bottom of this intercooler was normal, but now I'm convinced that it's because the intercooler was leaking. Having owned a 2008 Dodge Sprinter myself, and after having repair work done to the vehicle post-divorce at a Dodge dealer, I would strongly suggest finding a local Mercedes Sprinter dealer with a commercial vehicle service business interest. It's how I'm getting the codes.
The video above shows you how to change the daytime running lights in your 2008 Sprinter 2500. The turbocharger end may be bad since the turbocharger gets very hot. Oil in the intercooler can be caused by dwelling of the same caused by turbo oil pass over where it will collect. However, I wasn't sure if the position of the little butterfly gear was important or not, so I turned it 180 degrees thinking I had moved it out of position with the lower part of it. Has anyone else done this? But does anyone know where that resonator is on the 2008 3. Worked great and made for simple mounting.
Wow I assume you guys fixed your problems? As I said, right now I'm just seeing the generic code P0299. I guess having the slightest leak in this intercooler will bring codes up and go into limp mode. Cumming's number for this recall is 14E-041. So easy, even I managed, with my wife standing by giving me step by step directions without which I couln't have finished note; she made me say that. Those hardly ever fail, but they can't work right if all the sensors are giving bad readings. As I said, right now I'm just seeing the generic code P0299.
I have replaced both hoses, the turbo actuator, all seals and still getting code 2510 constantly and sometimes a few other pressure related codes. Besides the oil excess could be the breather diaphragm ruptured! So it shouldn't be normal. Unless you like ripping stuff out for no good reason. I was looking it over and noticed that across the bottom of it is wet with oil. Bottom Line The power steering cooler I bought came with a couple of these three, I think but I'm glad I spent the few bucks extra for these. The platform side plate of the affected wheelchair lifts may crack. If there is a leak boost pressure will be affected hence the fault P1015.