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Hi guys new to the site I have been lurking for a while but have not posted. I have a 95 dodge 12v that has some small mods, filter, 4 inch exhaust , fuel plate just not sure what number ? It is a auto ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 06-12-2011, 10:28 PM
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Hi guys new to the site I have been lurking for a while but have not posted. I have a 95 dodge 12v that has some small mods, filter, 4 inch exhaust , fuel plate just not sure what number ? It is a auto and I just did the lockout switch and that works pretty good.
I've been looking on here on how to install the governor spring kit and was wondering if there is a post that I have not been able to find on how to install them maybe with pictures if possible.

Any help would be great , I already have learned a lot from this site

Thanks, John
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Old 06-13-2011, 08:23 AM
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www.pacbrake.com/PDF/L5658.PDF

exact instructions that came with my gov springs

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Old 06-13-2011, 01:15 PM
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Thanks, my spring kit is out for delivery today on the UPS truck, that gave me a good preview.

dezzrats's Sig:'97 3500 4x4 SRW. KDP fix, 4" turbo back, 6" inch tip, EGR Delete, Autometer gauges, Luke's Link track bar, fuel heater delete, #100 fuel plate, tuned AFC, 3000GSK, Built auto with billet twin disk converter with lock-up switch, TransGo shift kit, PML pan, AFE stage 1 ProGaurd 7.
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Old 06-13-2011, 02:06 PM
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Thanks it dosnt look to be to hard of a job to do.
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Old 06-13-2011, 06:53 PM
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it isnt took me a couple hours... had it too tight at first and moving throttle 1/4 reved like 2k instantly backed off 2 clicks and it was fine
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Old 06-13-2011, 07:07 PM
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Not much of a diesel mechanic but I know my way around a gasoline engine pretty well so I'm sure I can figure it out, and if I run into problems I know where to come ask questions.
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getting the side plug back on can be LOTS OF FUN!!!! go through the top of the pump!

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Originally Posted by lodal cummins View Post
getting the side plug back on can be LOTS OF FUN!!!! go through the top of the pump!
This is what I did too.

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it took me 45min going through the plug. easy to do.

monster12valve's Sig:SOLD! 94' 2500 4x4, 5"mbrp to 8in black stack , bhaf, no plate, afc tune, isspro gauges, 4k gsk, 60lb VS, ATS intake manifold, tc lock up switch, 5x14's, 191 dv's, single disk, shift kit.
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Just did mine, take off the AFC and fuel plate and use the calipers before and after through the top of the pump, much more accurate. Install the springs through the plug in the side.

I'm a new member of the "no shim" club. The only shims I had were on the big spring you leave in.

Be ready to turn your idle down after the install. Loosen up the lock nut, start up the truck, put on a set of earmuffs before you dive into the enginebay whith it running, turn the adjusting screw until you get it back down, then lock it down.

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