The best truck I've ever owned. Except
for the defective fuel gauge Dodge has
been putting in their diesel trucks for
the pst decade or so, this is an
Install fuel gauges (sending units)
which don't fail on a regular basis.
Since it's a known defect, the decent
thing to do would be to replace ALL
defective units regardless of warranty
status (mine went out within a month of
the warranty expiring).
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