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Re: green diesel engineering tune

I asked GDE about the "High Idle" option, and got this reply from Keith:

"The high idle is mainly for winter operation to help the cabin/engine warm up quicker. 60 seconds after the start it will increase rpm to 1500 along with injection changes to push more heat to the coolant. If you warm up the truck in winter, this is a great option or if you do extended idle time it is very helpful to keep the heat."

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I asked GDE about the "High Idle" option, and got this reply from Keith:

"The high idle is mainly for winter operation to help the cabin/engine warm up quicker. 60 seconds after the start it will increase rpm to 1500 along with injection changes to push more heat to the coolant. If you warm up the truck in winter, this is a great option or if you do extended idle time it is very helpful to keep the heat."
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Re: green diesel engineering tune

Here is a write-up about the 'high idle' feature from the Ram site.

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Re: green diesel engineering tune

GDE, got my latest revision in October I believe and everything is great. Was wondering before I update it again after a necessary dealer visit, if you would be willing (and recommend) a staged EGR operation? That is, enable it until the temp gets to a certain point before it's disabled.

My reasoning is the EGR will help get the engine up to temp quicker, increasing economy and comfort. I know that's all debatable, but I'd say if you make less than 10-15 mile trips fairly frequently you could probably benefit. Although you would then have an EGR to worry about again clogging itself, the intake, and filling the dpf faster of course.

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Re: green diesel engineering tune

Most all manufacturers do not run egr with coolant temps below 10 C. During the warmup the egr gas is cooler and can condense when past through the egr cooler. This leads to cooler fouling over time with excessive soot plugging the cooler and impeding flow. This diesel engine has a cooler by-pass valve in it for coolant temps between about 10-50 c roughly. Once coolant temps reach something stable then the egr will flow through the cooler. Granted running egr will speed the warm-up, but the side effects are not worthwhile.

We can achieve similar results with timing,boost, pilot/post injection modifications and the combustion is cleaner. Eliminating soot in the intake helps engine life expectancy.
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Re: green diesel engineering tune

Anyone send back your ECU back the update tune? Did you install the way you did on the original flash to set engine oil back to 100% and get the Regen Message to drive at highway speeds? Or is the update just plug & play? No need perform these tasks? Thanks.
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Anyone send back your ECU back the update tune? Did you install the way you did on the original flash to set engine oil back to 100% and get the Regen Message to drive at highway speeds? Or is the update just plug & play? No need perform these tasks? Thanks.
Yes, install same as original flash.
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green diesel engineering tune

Are the safety cut off speeds for the quadralift controlled by the pcm?

If so, is this something GDE may be able to adjust? I would love to be able to stay in off road 1 up to 55 mph and off road 2 up to 45 mph.

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Are the safety cut off speeds for the quadralift controlled by the pcm?

If so, is this something GDE may be able to adjust? I would love to be able to stay in off road 1 up to 55 mph and off road 2 up to 45 mph.

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From what I understand it's a bcm thing. Not a PCM.
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Re: green diesel engineering tune

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After the purchase we need the following WK vehicle information to properly setup the ecm:

1. VIN
2. Injector code picture (bar code located on front of the engine, top left as viewed from the front of vehicle, see attached picture)
3. Standard cruise or adaptive cruise
5. Hill decent control enabled
6. Select speed equipped

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Can select speed control be added with this tune? I have hill decent.
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Re: green diesel engineering tune

You should already have it with 2015 diesel and ORA II
Put in 4-low and use paddles
Right faster, left slower
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I don't have ORA.. Just the QDII option
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