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  • I just posted the repairs that the dealership has performed. I clarified the first repair (fuel rail sensor and connector" and prior to replacement the DTCS code was P0191-00 fuel rail pressure sensor "A"). Then the CPM was replaced. Now the dealership has sent a engineering request to Ram, but no response yet. I feel like I'm up against a brick wall and no where to turn.
    I currently own a 2016 Nissan Titan with a Diesel engine. I really like the truck but the fuel mileage is less than I hoped it would be (16mpg average). So I’m looking at an eco-diesel. I’ve heard the older models have problems. Are the newest generation “ok” or is too soon to tell yet?
    Sonny Covington
    My 2014 Ram 1500 Big Horn 4x4 Crew Cab was getting 22-23 in Houston's horrible traffic as a daily driver. Trip to Chicago from Houston was 28.1 with 4 adults and 7 days of luggage. I totaled that one. 2015 Ram 1500 Laramie 4x4 got 28.2 with 4 adults and luggage for 7 day visit. The 2015 is averaging 21-22 mpg as daily driver, but Ram Boxes are filled with tools and an electric operated bed cover.
    Do you offer military discount on a GDE tuner? Can I talk specific settings with you? I don’t need the popular fast warm-up as we live in FL. Looking to maximize Fuel efficiency and towing power.
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