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    Has anybody come across a 2015 service manual PDF yet, from Dodge? If so what is the link? I was able to download one for my 2006 Ram SRT-10 and it has been VERY useful! I look on google every now and again but have not been able to find anything as of yet. Thanks in advance!
     
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    Can someone explain why it indicates limited idle time for first 100 miles? I got a request on this and was not sure the reasoning behind it. Thanks in advance for all the wealth of knowledge out there!!:)
     
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    I don't think it matters that much for the hellcat due to it being ran on a dyno for. 42 mins
     
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    I guess one of the dealers going over the break in focused on it, but probably didn't know about Hellcats special testing.
     
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    I think limited idle time is more of an avoidance of it going at any specific rpm for an extended time, it's preferable to mix it up, idling at a long light is one thing, but don't just sit there listnin' to Kill 'em All with the engine idling the whole time, at least till it's past that breakin period they stated, that's my interpretation; just like on the freeway during those early miles, you wanna drive at differing speeds, not one set speed & thus rpm, save the cruise control for after break-in period. Like others said: with the dyno time, it may be moot, but if manual recommends it, better to be safe than sorry I always say!
     
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    The engines were dyno'ed outside of the vehicle bodies (in Mexico) so the engine inside your vehicle has only ran exactly what it says on the odometer.
     
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    But, they were still ran, right? It still wouldn't change the mileage, but technically if it clocked hours, the engine would have almost an hour on it before it was added to the body. I realize they aren't just running the engine at an idle pace, but it does have some time on it. Unlike a regular engine that doesn't have that much run time prior to install. I just can't give a clear explanation of the idle other than you are supposed to be varying speeds quite a bit in the first 100 miles.
     
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    That is a good question.

    I will get my crack team on it and get you an answer
    [​IMG]
     
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    Hey, isn't temp they hired to replace the lady that is supposed to track the completed cars In the Chrysler database? LMAO!! explains a lot!:D
     
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    magnummrk SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    Good workers are hard to find!

    I go away for a little bit and he is on break!

    [​IMG]
     
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    I believe that is would be to ensure there is a good seat between the engine and the frame. My brother always had extra bolts left over after he put something together, so this is probably to make sure he didn't put our cars together. :p
     
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