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Old 09-07-2009, 05:10 PM
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Is it the only heater in the engine?

On a LB7 YES

Unless you count the glow plugs
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Old 09-07-2009, 05:22 PM
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So I can pull it out and It will still start in cold weather. It don't get that cold down here maybe get in the 20's
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Old 09-07-2009, 05:25 PM
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So I can pull it out and It will still start in cold weather. It don't get that cold down here maybe get in the 20's

Pull it out,If you have troubles( doubtfull) re-install it for winter
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Do they make a handheld to reset or turn codes values to zero? I really do t want to buy a efi live system at the moment but want to delete ahi and get. Something like a obd2 reader that can turn codes off permanently
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No it will have to be disabled thru efi live. I unhooked mine and I never got a code unless it was below 50 degrees or so. If you get a OBD2 reader you can erase the code everytime it comes on....you dug pretty deep in the library for this thread
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I was just on Google looking up stuff and this thread that I'm a member on popped up. Plus I haven't seen where to start a thread.
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Its been such a long time since I deleted mine but seem to remember reading that guys were wiring up a light bulb to give it some resistance & not throw a code
This was way back before efilive was readily available, try looking at posts & threads from atleast 10 years ago
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The ecm just needs to see the circuit pulled to ground to stop it from coding. A cheap incandescent bulb(led may nothave enough loading to ground) connected to the iah wire will stop codes. All that will happen is the light will come on when the iah should which will complete the circuit to keep the ecm happy.
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I have plugged mine and disabled it with EFILive, but it still shows around 5v while the truck is running..
Go buy a cheap lighted off on switch hook it up to thr power wire for source for th deleted heater ground it and leave it in the on position you can then erase the code and it will not come on again
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Old 04-12-2018, 03:32 PM
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Hey soution for deleting code is running a dummy load tae up hotwire from heater buy cheap off/on lighted switch connect one side to power wire from heater run ground wire from the other side making line hot when u start truck it will trick puter into hinking all is well and will not throw code then erace code wih a simple code reader
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I deleted mine & did the light bulb trick & so far no code. But mine didn't get a code for glow plugs with one side unhooked & all of them not working on the other side.
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