Recent content by rjk

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    M939 P2P Program On SS

    That's unfortunate. I know the file is good, and if you are worried about it I provided the instructions above to build it yourself if you wish to do that. Otherwise, you might need to tell your antivirus that it's wrong, and get the file out of quarantine in order to be able to use it. Sorry...
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    Yet another 5-ton battery project

    We just did a below-freezing cold start after sitting for a week and it cranked like a champ!
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    M939 P2P Program On SS

    Well, I am not sure how to fix the crashing issue that I see on 2 different computers, but I did create a new automated installer for anyone that cares for it. The installer from page 2 of this thread would leave files behind after uninstalling it, which annoyed me, so I decided to start over...
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    M939 P2P Program On SS

    I've been using P2P for a bit, and it's pretty awesome and works almost perfectly. The only problem I've run into is that it will occasionally crash, seems to happen after clicking around for a few minutes. Anyone know a fix for that? I have tried it on Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. It looks like...
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    Yet another 5-ton battery project

    Yep! That's next on the list. Right now, there's no risk of shorting out because the seat bottom has a rubber/plastic coating, but having them rattling around loosely is a major problem that I'm going to fix with some kind of tie down system.
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    Yet another 5-ton battery project

    I know this sort of thing has been beaten to death before, but I figured I would share what I did to help others that want some ideas. For those that would prefer to scroll through an Imgur album, click this link: http://imgur.com/a/GDJ7x (It also has more pictures - no 20 pics per post limit!)...
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    M923A2 broken air switch? Something else?

    AWESOME!! I've literally spent the last hour and a half googling like a madman trying to find this thing, and came up empty-handed. Thanks very much for providing the numbers for me. Cheers!
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    M923A2 broken air switch? Something else?

    Awesome, thanks for the tip. I was able to find it in P2P (P2P-M12), and it says this: So I guess that could explain some of the CTIS issues. Now I need to find a part number and replacement part for this thing.
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    M923A2 broken air switch? Something else?

    The switch in the picture is on the wet tank inside the frame. The two low air warning light switches are on the primary and secondary brake tanks that are stacked up on the passenger side of the vehicle, and are working correctly as far as I can tell.
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    M923A2 broken air switch? Something else?

    I crawled under the truck today to look for an air leak, but found this as well: It appears to be a pressure switch that has broken off. However I'm not sure what it is exactly. Here's the interesting part: In the P2P program, I found a picture of that area, and the same part was dangling...
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    M923A2 alternator identification

    Great, thanks for the info. Should there be an ID tag anywhere, perhaps behind where I can't see it? It looks pretty beefy, but it's only good for 60 amps?
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    M923A2 alternator identification

    I'm trying to figure out what alternator is installed on this truck. There are no identification tags on it that I can find, so I have attached a few pictures in hopes that one of you guys will know what's installed. Does it look stock or aftermarket to you? If aftermarket, any guess as to the...
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    Hello from Columbus Ohio

    I'm from Gahanna. The truck actually belongs to my brother, and it came with a pair of 3ET batteries that are slowly dying. So I'm replacing them before winter comes.
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    Hello from Columbus Ohio

    I'm just starting an M923A2 battery box project (yep, another one of those...) and hope to post pics soon. This should be fun.
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