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  1. Can you pressure the coolant system to check for leaks? My buddy’s was pushing coolant when loaded. Especially when pulling a hill. That ended up being a head gasket. Pressurize the coolant system and see if you hold pressure or lose it somewhere. I have.l a feeling if the air compressor is the problem it would push coolant loaded or empty, and do it when the compressor is kicked in pumping. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. You are making pressure somewhere then. I leave my bottom one empty and top one filled and the bottom Stays empty. But if I put coolant in the bottom one it will come out that weep hole and cover the side of motor. Like it siphons itself out Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. My 99 rd used to push coolant out the small hole in the cap. I have the 2 piece tank and now I leave the lower tank empty. No problem any more. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. No I hacked that harness up when I swapped in the mechanical . Sorry Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Is this normal and I just never heard it before? I’m the past year I have: New tank New fuel lines Reman injection pump Reman injectors New return lines. Reman cylinder heads Only thing not changed in the fuel system is injector lines and fuel filter heads. I think I am just hearing the lift pump or the overflow noise reverberating through the line. But this is a first for me. It’s pretty pronounced. Made me think the reman pump has a defective lift pump or overflow. Don’t want to spend the money to replace either just to find out it’s normal Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. They look real similar except the low lows. My Mll trans is same ratios as the 14909all below in your pic. The 310mlr and 9LL Have almost exact same ratios. I have 4.42 rear as well. I was paying attention to my driving after thinking about your question. I find that I don’t rev real high in the lower gears. Actually kind of lug a little until I am On the high side. I was thinking back and I wasn’t a fan of how this trans shifted when I still had my etech in front of it. Seemed like in the lower gears it didn’t respond well enough to lug it like I do now. Had to lay into it a l
  7. Maybe this will work. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Ever since the new injection pump I get a real loud ticking through the return line can be heard in the tank. I am wondering if it is that overflow valve on the pump? I don’t remember ever hearing this before. I am trying to attach a video but don’t know how Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. They might be a little blurry because they are screen shots of some weird pdf site. Here is the regular M. Ratios more like a 8ll. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I found this online. Hopefully this helps. These ratios are real similar to my 9LL Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Got this done the other day. Just like you said everything was in place as far as plug ins on the switches. The dang wiring was run right to the heads!! Super easy. Already turned on in the ECM as well. Total plug and play. Thanks Mack!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Wish I had multi speed reverse... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. I am not sure what you mean by transfer power. But I think that transmission has a real low low like 26:1. I looked it up once on ratios it is similar to my rto-14909MLL road ranger. There is a lot of gears in the low geared area and the reverse is geared low too. My truck is a dump but started out as a concrete mixer. I think the lowest gear is to walk with a curb machine when pouring concrete. I know my dump works great under a milling machine. Similar to an 8ll but extra low in the low gears. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Next thing on the list for my e7 pln engine is cylinder heads. When I replaced the exhaust manifold I see that there is a pretty good amount of oil leakage around the valves. I quoted a local shop and they were at nearly $1900 per head. Exchanging for Remack is coming in at about $1100 per. I always remember thinking Remack was high quality. Is this still the case? I don’t do enough mechanic work to be “in the know” on this. What your guy’s thoughts and opinions on Remack? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Hey I am parting out my 1999 350. If you need any parts message me and we can see if we can make a deal. I am trying to be real reasonable about prices because I would rather see the stuff used than scrapped. But I gotta get a little something for the parts, you know. Already gone are -jakes -ecm -exhaust manifold Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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