This is a very political time, don't quote me! Oh, you didn't... LOL!Rollinhonda! was it you that said the CKP can be all done on D2?
I did it on D2 and it seem to work?
Also, is the ILP also part of the CKP and both should be done? I am asking because I keep reading about doing the ILP more than the CKP.
Okay, Thanks.This is a very political time, don't quote me! Oh, you didn't... LOL!
Yes, I think I was able to do it all in D2. But it's a been a year I think that I did it. I can recall doing both.
I was not tracking mpg closely at the time, but 'in general' did not notice anything very different.
Now that I am almost at a dozen 'Fuellys' maybe it's time to see if I can improve my average and try it again. There are lots of open country roads around here, so I can stop anywhere and almost anytime I want to do these kinds of tests.
Wow. I had never heard of this before. This must explain when I go on long trips 4 lane highway and maintain same speed, gear on cruise, after the trip, the truck seems to run much better and smoother. It must act in a similar fashion.I have a question. According to the FSM, the idle learn procedure is required after certain maintenance, but battery replacement is not one of them. Where is it specified that the ILP needs to be done after battery replacement?
Nothing about disabling them with regards to running ILP in the Service Manuals for 09 and later RLs with DRL.Oh, one last thing. Having a Canadian RL with Daytime running lights coming on as soon as you start the engine, do I need to engage my parking brake to avoid them coming on hence having everything shut off?