Water took it off easily though. Maybe the dealership only had it half full when I bought the truck new. Next time I'll just dump in one jug when it gets to about 25% The gauge read -- and then ok on startup Mine said it would be out in 900 miles 22% when I had 1,000 miles on it, probably not filled by the dealer. Bully Dog does make a delete tuner but only available in Canada so it is said , I have had success with them before. No reason your Heavy Duty Trucks can't be dependable and get good mielage too. Im beyond mad and disappointed- I've lost faith in folks doing the right thing. Thanks How many miles are on the truck? How did it work out? Everything is working fine except on first start up it immediately pumped all the def out and now pump is running dry.
Under the hood next to the engine 86 degrees F in Florida? Or better yet leave it in your dealers lot till he fixes it. Any advice would be appreciated. I am sure there are other tuners that put out more power, not interested in that. Diesel Exhaust Fluid is a non-flammable fluid comprised of 33% ammonia-based urea and 67% purified water. Adding more than the 5. I toke it to the dealer who couldn't figure out why it did it. I may have to reinstall old system at some point so don't want to burn out pump and seemed easiest to leave in place.
Not to mention that today is a big winter storm and I was unable to drive my wife to work in the blizzard. . . It's called doing your homework and knowing something about what you're buying. Any advice would be appreciated. Reductant pump operation is disabled for a calibrated amount of time to allow the heaters time to thaw the frozen reductant. Remember, since this system was designed to operate in cold weather, there is no impact on cold-weather engine operation.
For what it's worth, my tank was at 11% and I got a message basically saying 301 miles until def tank empty, 6900 miles on truck. It had been filled 1800 kms. About an hour later the service manager came out and asked me if I had noticed any leaks on the garage floor or elsewhere. This one works fine too except the urea pump is still powered up. I cannot risk my family being stuck away from home more than 100 miles because round trip of 200 miles could put me at 55 mph and upon engine restart limited to 4 mph. It should be turning on and off by temp of the def in the tank. Had the exact same thing happen with my 2012.
This one works fine too except the urea pump is still powered up. We went to put it on another truck an was throwing tank heater codes. See now you know why I said you can't help him. Good thing her Pontiac G6 is dependable and good in snow despite not having 4 wheel drive. Everything is working fine except on first start up it immediately pumped all the def out and now pump is running dry. Thanks for the help , I see you are as still useless as always.
Flip the large gray locking tab to disconnect the harness. Any advice would be appreciated. We assume they finally pulled one off of the production line. That part does suck, especially for people who depend on their trucks either for work or play. The warranty covers the replacement part and labor for the heater install. If it was me I guess I would buy an eletric blanket and wrap it, but I don't think they make a 12v elect blanket Dealer is telling us that we arent alone and there is no fix yet.
Anybody have any info on this heating system? See now you know why I said you can't help him. We had a pretty cold winter here in North Texas this year. Several friends have 2015 2500 Duramax and heaters going out. I may have to reinstall old system at some point so don't want to burn out pump and seemed easiest to leave in place. Part was covered under the extended warranty but was on national back order. If you like the truck but hate the emissions, do some searching for delete kits and delete tuning.
It is best stored out of direct sunlight at room temperature. The message did go off. Its against the law to go too slow! Oil, oil filter and fuel filter changed on time, every time. I will also add that the so called regeneration cycle that the truck goes through on its own to clear the exhaust is not something you can make happen or program on your own. We have a 2014 Chevy Cruze. I haven't towed anything since I've owned the truck.
I want to leave most equipment in place. But your right I really don't know much about the 2011's,yet as many others. I'm sure others with more experience will chime in to help. Parts took a week to show up. Duramax diesel with 6 speed Allison transmission. You have to unplug the harness to stop the fluid from flowing.
I arrived at the dealership early the next morning, March 9th and explained to the service manager my situation. Once the heater is replaced the vehicle will need to be driven up to 100 miles for the code to clear from the system. Otherwise go jump off a bridge dumb dumb! We just keep towing them back. I looked at my odometer and I had 680 miles on the truck. Made for nice a holiday! I know if I remove, it will void the factory warranty.