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I use "TIA", or "Thanks in advance" a lot when I am asking for help or info on a BBS.
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It appears some 'brands' are OK too (FTVB, etc) so how about these:

AIH - Air Intake Heater (Smokey commented about this but if used can we add?)

BTS - Brians Truck Service

WW - Wicked Wheel (turbo)

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It appears some 'brands' are OK too (FTVB, etc) so how about these:

AIH - Air Intake Heater (Smokey commented about this but if used can we add?)

BTS - Brians Truck Service

WW - Wicked Wheel (turbo)

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BTS = Brian's Truck Shop
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Whats OTA, has to do with trannys or somethin
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Whats OTA, has to do with trannys or somethin

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Prob Oil to Air, as in Oil to Air trans cooler.
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Whats OTA, has to do with trannys or somethin

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Prob Oil to Air, as in Oil to Air trans cooler.

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For a trans or oil cooler - OTA is Oil to Air and OTW is Oil to Water heat exchanger

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Larry, another one

GPS-DR NAV - That's Global Positioning System - Dead Reckoning Navigation.

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DTRM = diesel thermal recirculation module.

The ever useful DAMHIKT (don't ask me how I know this) is missing.
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How about MY for model year. That one gets me every time I see it.


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whats pmr stand for....?
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PMR referrs to "Powdered Metallurgy" rods. They're made by pressing powdered metals together under heat. It's an alternative to forging, but the finished product typically isn't as durable as forging. They tend to break instead of just bend.

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Just about new this year is TPMS - This Part's Monstrously Stupid. Of maybe it has something to do with your tire's air.... [img]/forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/wink.gif[/img]

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UVC harness, what is it?

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