dealership the alarm was tempermental and had to be tweaked by a factory rep.
You soon realize you are driving a
had annoying shimmy at highway speed.
Although it had less than 60,000 miles when we decided to dump it. It needed an
a knock sensor when sold.
Starter motor, wheel bearings,
electric window control panel (drivers door) and rusting exhaust were other repairs for mint condition vehicle.
The clear lens cover for the turn signal
popped off for no reason. AC needed recharged every year after 4 yrs.
A stinko vehicle and inferior dealership do no make for a pleasant experience.
Dealer damaged both rocker panels and blamed their new lift.
Remove the second row of seats and it had good hauling capacity.
Decent pep for a truck.
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