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In the event your engines' ECM has a delay in activating your Pacbrake exhaust brake, this kit may be the answer. Pacbrake offers an ECM bypass system which will reduce the delay in activating the exhaust brake by over 50%. This kit contains a micro switch that mounts on the accelerator pedal as well as all the components necessary to complete the installation.
Please keep in mind that when bypassing the engines ECM you can lose some features designed into the ECM by Dodge. Later 2003 and newer Dodge Rams have a warm-up feature programmed into the ECM, which turns the exhaust brake off at idle when the water temperature is above 175 F. This feature will be lost and is generally not a concern for vehicles in cooler temperatures. Another feature that will be affected on manual transmission vehicles only is the Progressive Braking Feature. The engines ECM has a Progressive Braking Feature, which means that when you have your vehicle cruise control on and you come to a hill and overshoot your cruise set speed, the Pacbrake exhaust brake will automatically apply and slow the vehicle to your preset cruise set speed.
When bypassing the ECM on manual transmission vehicles of all model years and 2005 automatic vehicles, cruise control relay must be installed; this means when the Pacbrake is switched on, the cruise goes into coast mode.
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