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Ownership update at 156,000 miles, I've just discovered that I shall require yet another diesel fuel injector pump which will cost $950.00 for just the part and probably $500.00 in labor (many of the components in the engine bay have to be removed) This is by far the most money-sucking, most unreliable vehicle I have owned in my lifetime, and I do take care of my vehicles, I have a friend with an '04 Sprinter that hasn't had as nearly as many problems as mine, I guess the lesson is to never buy a vehicle that's brand new to a particular market, wait at least 1-2 years so that the bugs are worked out.Report it
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