“Service DEF System See Dealer” (Now What?!)

At Geno’s Garage and the Turbo Diesel Register (TDR) we’ve seen and written about problems with the truck’s diesel emissions fluid (DEF) system. From these articles the majority of problems were caused by a clogged DEF injector.


The message that shows on your dashboard, “Service DEF System See Dealer”
Ouch, is this going to be inconvenient and expensive?
Maybe not.

Here are your options:
1) Self explanatory “See Dealer.” Bring lots of money with you.
2) Remove, clean and replace the DEF injector as described in the TDR.
3) Remove and replace the DEF injector (Mopar #4627241AE – 2013-2018 Ram Cummins Turbo Diesels).
 
In the past, the only cost-effective option for the DIY-owner was Option #2. However, with the Geno’s Garage BE PREPARED SPECIAL, the Mopar DEF injector (’13-’18 Ram Cummins) and Mopar bolts (for 2013-2018 Ram Cummins Turbo Diesels) is offered at a terrific price ($95.95) versus the suggested price of $253.95).
This makes Option #3 your best choice.
 
PLAN OF ACTION

Seriously, be prepared. Read the articles linked above.
Replacement is very simple – two 10mm bolts hold the injector in place and Geno’s Garage is even including the bolts for free with this DEF Injector special.
Select Option #3 and have a spare ready for service.

* ONLY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! At this blog post’s publication time in May of 2024, we have an overstock sale going on with New Old Stock (NOS) Mopar DEF Injectors for 2013-2018 Ram Turbo Diesel Trucks.
PLEASE CLICK THE MOPAR DEF INJECTOR BELOW TO PURCHASE:

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