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Ssd 007 Gm 1994-2000 6.5 Turbo Diesel Fsd Heat-sync, With #9 Resistor on

US $94.95

Marco Island, Florida, US

Marco Island, Florida, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details: Manufacturer Part Number:ssd-007 Surface Finish:Mill Warranty:Yes Country of Manufacture:United States Part Brand:SSDiesel Supply Interchange Part Number:1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000


Brand New FSD Heat-Sync (LESS PMD) for all GM 6.5 Turbo Diesels with electronic fuel injection in C/K pick-ups 1994-2000. Manufactured in USA by SSDiesel Supply, GM 6.5 TD specialists. Solves the problem of frequent PMD failure with your GM Diesel.

The PMD (pump mounted driver) is that small black box mounted on the side of your injection pump. It is a signal amplifier that powers the fuel solenoid. It contains 2-500 watt transistors which create a lot of heat. The factory mistakenly mounted this PMD module on the side of an already hot injection pump and in the engine valley below the intake manifold where temperatures skyrocket. As everyone knows, electronics do not like heat and they will fail prematurely. Symptoms of failure are stalling, hard starting, surging, poor fuel mileage, erratic idle and finally no-start. When they go it usually will not give any codes with the SES (Service Engine Soon) light. This American Made Cooler, relocates the PMD to a cooler area of the engine compartment, above the intake, on a massive heat sink. A proven design. Our design solves the flaws in all other cooler designs, including the one without fins. Please write us for a list of our distinct differences under the tab "FSD Advantages".

This auction includes everything for installation EXCEPT a new PMD. Included is 1) cooler as pictured, grade 8 mounting hardware (required to obtain proper torque for heat transfer), our new Pink Silicone Heat Transfer Pad and #9 Calibration Resistor. The original harness will plug right into module with no modification or strain on wires. Detailed step-by-step instructions included. Only basic hand tools required. No drilling or cable splicing. A truly simple Plug-and-play installation. Professionally engineered and manufactured. Properly sized for the heat load! Express shipping available. Thank you!

***WORD OF CAUTION*** Heat Transfer technology is a science. The sizing of a heat sink requires calculations for the heat load of 2-500 watt transistors in an under hood environment exceeding 150 DF. The mass of the heat sink, cooling fin design and cooling fin surface area is CRITICAL to PMD life. Although our "Heat-Sync" runs significantly cooler then most of the competitors, (write me and I'll tell you why) most others will still do the job. However, I see one out there with little to no "home-made fins" that couldn't possibly dissipate the heat of 2-500 watt transistors. Temperature will fry a PMD. Look to buy the best functioning one, not the prettiest one. Test data in summer's heat is available for mine, simply write me for a copy. Extensive research and engineering have gone into my design. No guesswork involved. Thank you!

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