2019+ RAM 3.0L: No Scary Check Engine Lights

No one likes check engine lights, especially after adding a performance-enhancing part. Work on the ’19-22 RAM EcoDiesel 3.0L Ram-Air Intake continues as engineers test to ensure that customers will experience trouble code-free ownership. The tests include a variety of actual on-road conditions as well as a bevy of dynamometer tests, all where the sensors are recorded to see where their “happy place” is.

In some cases, the development of the best flowing cold air intake can be hampered with the pop-up of a trouble code. In simple terms, the truck’s ECM expects to see a certain voltage from the MAF (mass air flow) sensor. This sensor tells the engine how much air is being consumed. If this voltage isn’t what the ECM expects to see, it alerts the driver with a check engine light. Engineers must give the ECM data that it expects while delivering added airflow necessary to increase horsepower. How they accomplish that is what sets Banks apart from its competitors. 

Rest assured that when the RAM 1500 EcoDiesel Ram-Air intake becomes available, it will not only flow best in its class but that it’ll do so without any extra illumination on the dashboard.