. Still ran good tho, dispite the exact conditions you describe on Cold Start up. They don't make by products of combustion, or get a bunch of clutch dust in them. Even stock these things will trash the trans if abused. Besides being illegal, won't net you a thing. Please rate the quality of your answer.
General · 2011 · 2013+ · 2007. I service my transmission every 25,000 miles. So i called suncoast and took it to the tranny shop. Congrats on a fine truck and engine. But it wants to get sucked into the air box,almost inside out.
So you must be getting a lot more highway miles. If a new diesel particulate filter was recently installed, verify the diesel particulate filter parameter reset procedure was carried out. So I change my fuel filter once a year. The efficiency of the filter is determined by the amount of restriction in the filter for a certain exhaust flow rate. Should you need further help please just ask.
You can put a new one on there today, and buy fuel with water in it tomorrow and need a new filter right away. Check for aftermarket exhaust accessories and performance modifications that decrease the exhaust restriction. Oct 20, 2015 Hello mhak330: My name is Roger and I can give you the answer to your question. And as long as you drive the truck like a normal person won't bother the truck a bit. Now the tranny was replaced. I pull a 5th wheel in the summer and a plow in the winter.
You put a lot of miles on your truck in a short time, least by what I am used to. If you can't find the short, a good auto electric mechanic can. Some guys are removing the stock exhaust. The trans about the weakest. It wouldn't include anyone I know. Manual says something like 75,000 on the engine oil for normal conditions, and 3000 miles for severe service.
So about two weeks ago my truck wouldnt hardley take off. I had a 1996 dodge 2500 gas 360 255,000 miles never a problem bought new , 2002 gmc 2500 gas with 6. Not sure why the voltage would go so low as to cause an issue. They come stock with synthetic oil. The engine is the toughest part of the whole truck. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Ends up getting done sometime between 3000 and 5000.
Air filter is what I keep having issues with. It was like it was taking off in 2-3gear. And they never look very dirty. In the fall right before it gets cold. So unless your pulling real hard, or getting water in them by off roading or parking in lakes. Like Paul said, a lot comes down to usage. The rear ends are like the engine, tough.
Ok help me out as you have in the past , I have a 2006 Dodge 2500 4x4 with the cummins diesel with 45,000 miles on it , bought it new 18 months ago , took it to the dealer today for a couple recalls , and had them do a trans service , filter , trans flush and new fluid , also fuel water separator filter changed, all is well , I plan on keeping truck til it is dead and then some!!!!!!! I know where I buy fuel and always had great luck and no water from them. So we sent the tranny back to suncoast and they made some repairs. Just one Cummins fan opinion. They have the diagnostic tools to figure it out. Takes a lot of heat to break down syn oil. They don't need to be serviced as often as the trans or engine. So unless your towing something you could probably stretch the oil changes closer to the 75,000.
And if you read their description of normal, less severe service. I had a msifire on a 2000 Grand Cherokee once. This way we know you received helpful information. Thing about a fuel filter is. The Edge box will void your warranty coast to coast if a dealer catches it on there. To the right of the bolt you should see the oil pressure sender unit. And they don't operate in the same amount of heat as the engine or trans.