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Old 06-18-2009, 01:08 PM
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I hope nobody else gets this code but there are several trucks out with the defective Short Runner Valve. My truck has been in the shop for a wk and a half waiting on parts. To fix this the intake has to be pulled along with all other parts involved in that. Its sad to have a new truck with 2400 miles go through this.
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:50 PM
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theres a TSB for this. involves replacing short runner valve & overlay harness for runner. sucks that it happened to you. FWIW, i got 2500 on mine, and it looks like my rear main is starting to seep a little.
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theres a TSB for this. involves replacing short runner valve & overlay harness for runner. sucks that it happened to you. FWIW, i got 2500 on mine, and it looks like my rear main is starting to seep a little.
Really? Does it drip on the driveway or is it just on the seal?
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Old 06-18-2009, 09:58 PM
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You guys keep it down, ive only got 1,000 miles on mine and you guys are going to give me nightmares. Lifetime powertrain warranty and ive only got another 1500 miles until my truck will be in the shop all the time waiting on parts that dont exist *shiver*
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Old 06-18-2009, 10:21 PM
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What engine is this affecting?
Where did you find the TSB on it? I searched Dodge and NHTSA listings and found nothing.
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You guys keep it down, ive only got 1,000 miles on mine and you guys are going to give me nightmares. Lifetime powertrain warranty and ive only got another 1500 miles until my truck will be in the shop all the time waiting on parts that dont exist *shiver*
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I have got 9K on mine and no leaks.
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Really? Does it drip on the driveway or is it just on the seal?
no drips--yet. both sides of the block are a little damp. nothing to really worry about right now. i checked underneath when our oil guy did my oil change. thats when i found it, kinda pissed me off. now that i know about it, im gonna keep an eye on it. if i see the slightest drip forming, ill put in some dye.

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What engine is this affecting?
Where did you find the TSB on it? I searched Dodge and NHTSA listings and found nothing.
2009 MY 5.7 VVT only. its in dodge service info that us employees have access to. i check for new TSB's, RRT's, and recalls regularly for the 09s
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i have got this code also. engine light came on and i limped the truck home for the night. code was gone in the morning so i still took it in and this is what it was. hopefully it doesnt happen again
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no drips--yet. both sides of the block are a little damp. nothing to really worry about right now. i checked underneath when our oil guy did my oil change. thats when i found it, kinda pissed me off. now that i know about it, im gonna keep an eye on it. if i see the slightest drip forming, ill put in some dye.


2009 MY 5.7 VVT only. its in dodge service info that us employees have access to. i check for new TSB's, RRT's, and recalls regularly for the 09s
Now I am concerned. my truck has the vct engine.
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Now I am concerned. my truck has the vct engine.
honestly, its nothing to worry about right now. for the most part, the new 5.7 is the same as the old one, therefore should be just as reliable. the 1004 code is mainly caused by the harness for the short runner valve not being long enough or not routed right. my potential "oil leak" is no big deal to me (thanks to lifetime warranty). i talked to one of our engine guys yesterday, hes never done a 5.7 rear main. he said mine might be anarobic sealant used at the factory, and it could be leaking/being slung out.
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honestly, its nothing to worry about right now. for the most part, the new 5.7 is the same as the old one, therefore should be just as reliable. the 1004 code is mainly caused by the harness for the short runner valve not being long enough or not routed right. my potential "oil leak" is no big deal to me (thanks to lifetime warranty). i talked to one of our engine guys yesterday, hes never done a 5.7 rear main. he said mine might be anarobic sealant used at the factory, and it could be leaking/being slung out.
Except for the camshaft phaser and intake manifold.
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thats why i said "for the most part...". in other words--pretty much the same.
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Got this tonight. Is the truck safe to be driven? Its a long weekend and being truckless will kill me. I hope im not waiting on parts! they better give me a rental.
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Got this tonight. Is the truck safe to be driven? Its a long weekend and being truckless will kill me. I hope im not waiting on parts! they better give me a rental.
Your truck is in a limp mode right now. You can drive it but it wont have much power off the line. Take it in ASAP and have it fixed. I drove mine about 500 miles before I took it in. How did you read the code?
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no drips--yet. both sides of the block are a little damp. nothing to really worry about right now. i checked underneath when our oil guy did my oil change. thats when i found it, kinda pissed me off. now that i know about it, im gonna keep an eye on it. if i see the slightest drip forming, ill put in some dye.


2009 MY 5.7 VVT only. its in dodge service info that us employees have access to. i check for new TSB's, RRT's, and recalls regularly for the 09s
Can you add all the TSB's, RRT's and Recall info you have access to for the 09's to the TSB/RRT thread fro reference by all owners on here?
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My truck only had 400 miles on it when the check engine light came on the first time. When I took it to the dealer the engine light had reset itself and was told that I should be fine now and the part was ordered. A couple of days later it came on again, but after several start/stop ignition cycles it would go out. I figured out that whenever I get on the gas it would come on.

A month later I called to see if the part had shown up and I was told that they had no fix for the problem - Dodge did finally replace the valve, four months later, but now my truck doesn't make the booming intake sound it used to at 4000 rpm.
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