I never could get the injector balance rates to read. I put 8 digital gauges on the desktop, then went in and enabled the extra PID's (think that's what they were called) then assigned each gauge to a different cylinder balance PID. I must not be doing something right.
It is throwing codes, solenoid A and C, something about low voltage or high, I don't recall exactly. Another with something to do with pressure high, and one some pressure low. Took it to a tranny shop I trust, they looked it over, it's leaking tranny fluid pretty good around the electric plug. He thinks it's likely compromised the wires causing it to throw the codes sometimes. It shifts fine in both auto and manual modes, up and down. He felt the wiring and plug were probably the problem. Said around $500 to $600 to replace the plug, pigtail, replace both filters, and fluid. That didn't seem to bad so ... ... took a chance, we'll see how it turns out in the end I guess
Picked up a new brake switch on the way home, two shops were pretty sure my problem is there, they both said they see that failure fairly often causing the symptom of cruise light coming on, but not setting. I'll replace that tomorrow, looks easy enough, one bolt and that appeared to be it.
I hope I didn't buy a lemon, but like I said, time will tell. For $16,500, I thought it seemed like a decent deal if I get away with just replacing the plug/pigtail to the tranny, and a brake switch.
First time I've ever paid over a hundred to fill up ANYTHING. 32 gallons, $120. Here's hoping the 32 gallons in this truck carries me further than the 20 in my old 1/2 ton used to. lol