SOOT into INTAKE MANIFOLD EVENTUAL SWIRL VALVES AND INTERNAL ISSUES, FCA CLAIMS?

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Northern Boy

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Apr 4, 2019
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If I am following the stock program and getting proper dealer maintenance intervals and also know what the carbon(SOOT)is doing to the engine (AND the FCA and owners too!) how come there is no EGR design change to trap the soot. I have read and watched every idea out there from EGR Deletes to oil catch cans but why is the FCA not being held accountable. This soot issue will be an issue for most owners right after the warranty. The FCA knows this and is riding all ED owners who remain stock to be "plugged" later physically and with the bill$. Why is there no FCA bulletin available to the public on this soot issue or remedy that is manufature approved?
 
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carlhenry

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their IS NOT ANYTHING THAT THEY CAN DO ABOUT THE SOOT as long as the egr is working
 

Northern Boy

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Different diffusor pipe design - u-pipe design so the air is forced to go down to a fatter pipe area at lowest point to prevent blockage and allow deposits to cool there" and the air travels back up through a spiral helical pipe before the intake.
 

carlhenry

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u design it and summit it to fca they need a good laugh u can not run soot back through a diesel engine without creating a problem big pipe small pipe makes no difference soot is soot
 

Marauderer

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I don't have that problem.
 
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Here again the only oils approved for the ECODIESEL are FCA/ Mopar #68001332PC or Shell Rotella T-6. These engines were developed and are built in Europe where the fuel is much better quality. USA fuel has traces of asphalt and lots of other gunk in it.
 
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