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anybody know what this does, is it worth the 20 bucks i spent. or will notice any difference?
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Personally I look at this way... If the truck ran 10 year without a APPS noise filter then that means something failed just now and need to be addressed. Don't put a bandaid over the problem...

Common problems like bad grounds. Yes the main system ground is located behind the starter and requires removal to access it.

Bad batteries... Yes bad batteries can cause issues...

Bad alternator diodes. The AC wave form leaks into the system and the confuses the ECM/PCM for performance.

Funny isn't it that you never see people buying APPS noise filters for a manual trans truck why is that? Makes you think a moment...

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116K Miles On My VP44 - 4 Years of 2 Cycle Oil Diet! - Mixed at 128:1 Ratio - 25.3 MPG maxed out!
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Like (Mopar1973Man) said I have heard a noise filter works well but I my self did not like the answer so I went to the local welding shop bought some welding cables and made up my own positive and ground cables replaced all of them and problem went away. The truck runs so much better and has no voltage drops.
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