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Old 07-17-2016, 11:18 AM   #1
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Diesel Dodge truck info

Does anyone know what year exhaust brakes became standard on 2-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive diesel Dodge trucks, 3/4 ton and above.
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6.7 starting MY 2007 1/2. Was an option for a few years prior on 5.9's.
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You can have one installed on the older trucks as well.
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We had a 2004.5 Dodge 2 x 4 dually and installed a Pac Brake. It always gave us an engine code though the brake did work. No one (even so called Pac Brake experts) could discover the problem. We removed it before trading the truck in 2012.
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I added a BD Performance EB to my 94 Cummins stick-shift. It was very effective for the 14 years I owned the truck. Wouldn't own a diesel without one.
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Sometime in the area of 2008/9 the exhaust brake function , went from being provided by a separate system to being an internal function of the turbo. I'll see if I can track that date down , with info on the turbo, that's when it became standard . I retired from Dodge/Cummins service work in 07 and didn't keep up on all the changes.

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Starting with 2007 1/2 and the 6.7 Cummins, the integrated VGT exhaust brake, became standard.
And I see , timetogo , already said this , acronym MY = Model Year

www.cumminshub.com/67.html
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My brother also has a 2004 1/2 Dodge Dually, stick shift that he put on a Pac brake and it works very well.
I have a 2004 1/2 auto. but you can get a Pac brake for them as well with a trans. programmer.
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My 2012 3500 Dually has a factory installed one. Works well and I have no complaints yet with 56k on the ODO.
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