Big Dodge pulling log out of woods - Cummins turbo
After being post for 4 years, it's time to add a few comments about this
Yes, the guy laughing in the video is me - the cameraman, editor, and
poster of this video.
This goad was to get the pine log out of the woods without being cut up -
so that it could be sawed into boards on a portable sawmill.
The truck belonged to @DUALLYSMOKE (made very first comment on this video)
at the time - and is the only time I have met him. He happened to be there
buying something I had advertised on Craigslist and overheard my cousin
talking about how he couldn't get the log out with his tractor. He
volunteered to do it, part for fun, and part to see if he could actually do
it as he said.
Yes, I would fit in the category of a Redneck - but I'm good with that :-)
2005 F250 6.0 cold start
this is what my truck does in the morning. It has been cold, but taking it
to dealer Wednesday. Have seen 10 different solutions to the cold start
issue. From alternator and batteries to injector O-rings to just a simple
re-flash. I am having a block heater cord installed on Wednesday also.
The truck runs perfectly if you let it warm up to normal operating temp,
but if you try to drive off right after startup, it has very little power
and trouble changing gears until warmed up. I just drove it 180 miles to
greenville and back, pulling a 25 ft travel trailer @4000 lbs and it ran
perfectly all the way there and back! No problems at all after warm..
thoughts? I hope the dealer figures it out quick and at a reasonable
2006 gmc duramax cold start (-17f) was (-28f)
2006 duramax cold start at -17 degress at noon, got down to -28 below that
night, not plugged in did not run for over 18 hours before started, also
video doesnt show it gelled up about 5-10min running
The Hardest Cold Start of a 7.3L Powerstroke On Earth. Taking nearly 6 minutes.
Ok maybe not THE hardest, but I believe it could possibly qualify.
ICP sensor leaking oil which in turn ruined the wiring harness. The
computer is ignoring the ICP totally here, and this is why it was starting
and running like this. When the computer ignores the ICP sensor the PCM
opens and closes the IPR abruptly, looking at other sensors (CPS, EOT and
EBPV) to determine what the ICP should be. Usually it sets it at 700 and
3000~ psi and that's it. I believe this is why it had such an un-stable
idle. Got a new sensor and wiring harness and all is well.
-27 Cold Start
Time for another cold start Video... Another 7.3 PSD, This is a 96, I have
less than $800 in the entire truck... LOL
Temp when I took this vid was -27C, it was -31 2 hours prior, truck had not
ran in 12 hours, and I forgot to plug it in.
And, yes, it used to be an automatic...
Truck has a couple questionable injectors, and even warm has a slightly
rough idle, but, it runs just fine.
Cummins cold start
here is a video of starting the dodge cummins at 24F and there was water in
2004 6.0 Powerstroke cold start
2004 6.0L powerstroke -15F over night starting at about -5F not plugged in.
ran at 500 rpms wouldnt rev up. batterys died on the camera at the end