I performed a scheduled emissions service on the truck at 67,500 miles. Cleaned the egr valve, egr cross over, egr cooler, intake butterfly and MAF sensor. I had a bottle of the Mopar soot cleaner and I also used some heavy duty simple green cleaner. Simple green works wonders on soot!
As part of this maintenance the crankcase vent filter gets replaced too. The job involves taking apart quite a few things, a special wrench or two and some new cuss words. I did it over the course of a few evenings after work. Cost was ~$125 in parts. I have heard the dealer charges $600 and up for the service but there is multiple hours involved in the doing the project correctly.
I also decided to throw a transmission, transfercase and brake fluid change in while I had time.
Steve, Christy, Anna and Scout (Border Collie)
1994 30'11" Excella - rear twin
2009 Dodge 2500, 6 Speed Auto, CTD, Quad Cab, Short Bed
Hensley with adjustable stinger
WBCCI # 3072
AIR # 6035