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Old 06-29-2007, 12:45 PM
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Has anybody heard of this and does it apply to the 6.5?

I read about this on another forum as an explanation of how diesel fuel gets into your crankcase oil.

"Wet stacking is when unburned fuel stacks on top of the piston and drools down the sides into the crankcase oil. It is common when idling for over 15 minutes at regular idle speed. Service vehicles which are called on to idle for long periods have a high rpm idle switch to bump the engine to 1200rpm. Supposedly, this effectively eliminates wet stacking."

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I know the PCM on 94 & 95's has a pin you can run a switch to that will bump the idle to 1000 until you push the brake. I use it for faster warm-ups in the winter.

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Yes, I recall a post by sixnickle on the procedure. I planned on looking it up and setting up a high idle switch for this winter. Mostly for warm-ups, but I'm not sure if this wet stacking thing is an issue for the 6.5.

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How would I go about making it so my '95 6.5 idles higher like you are talking about? What pins do I need to connect? Thanks!
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How would I go about making it so my '95 6.5 idles higher like you are talking about? What pins do I need to connect? Thanks!
HAve a look here :

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When supplying the wire with 12V with the ingnition on, where should I draw the power from?
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When supplying the wire with 12V with the ingnition on, where should I draw the power from?
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There are a lot possibilities to get 12V with igniton on. From the ignition switch, from the fuse box in the engine compartment, and so on. If i needed 12V, only hot with ignition on (for my DRL's) , i took it from the fuse box in the engine compartment on the inner driver side fender. Open the box, unscrew the one screw on the left and lift it carefully. Remove the plastic cap at the bottom. There are a lot of PINK wires, which should only hot with ignition on.
Take a "check lamp" and check it before you wire it to the ECM. There is one pink wire, that goes to a fuse (i think 10amps) that is declared as for ignition (see diagram inside the upper cap).

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What does diesel in your oil look like? Thinking I might have diesel in oil. Oil is dark, almost black, and a liitle bit slimy. Thinking so. anybody?
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Sounds pretty normal to me actually. Does it SMELL like diesel fuel? Im sure it smells like oil but you could probably pickup the smell of diesel along with it if there was some in it.
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oops...sorry 3bals...

I just realized I jacked the thread for awhile, sorry about that.
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