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So I thought I would drop a quick line. I just had my PTO turned on at the dealership, which cost me 56.99.... Ouch... But I absolutely LOVE it now!!! If you dont have your PTO enabled on your 6.7, I would definitely recomend it! ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 01-29-2013, 06:19 PM
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So I thought I would drop a quick line. I just had my PTO turned on at the dealership, which cost me 56.99.... Ouch... But I absolutely LOVE it now!!! If you dont have your PTO enabled on your 6.7, I would definitely recomend it! Anyone have any other ideas for simple and inexpensive upgrades for my cummins? I already have the intake baffel removed..... any advice would be great! Thanks!

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Old 01-29-2013, 07:09 PM
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stupid question but how does enabling the PTO make a difference in the truck? are you using the PTO to power something?

EDIT : researched it and found out that it is an adjustable high idle feature.

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right, it is a high idle. I'm from Minnesota, so I primarily use it in the winter to help warm up the truck in the morning when its below 0. It will also make it easier to recharge the batteries after running lights and other power draining items.
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