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  1. Also looking at same truck but not a dually and it's a 2015 3500 w/56k. Wouldn't be a daily driver. My current 1500 has only got 3k miles put on in almost 4 years Sent from my SM-A705U using Tapatalk
  2. Hello all. Currently own a 2014 sierra 1500 crew 6.2L I found a 2016 3500 LTZ crew dually with the 6.6 turbo diesel with 79k on the odometer. Asking price is $45k at a dealer. It has 2 owners. It's an awesome looking truck but not sure about price and going from a gasser with only 39k on the odometer to a diesel with 79k on the odometer. We are in the market for a camper so this would be perfect. Looking for advice. Never owned a diesel I'm sure 79k on odometer is probably low miles for a diesel. Anything to look out for? Thanks for any help/info Sent from my SM-A705U using Tapatalk
  3. I seen you replied but for some reason I cannot respond. I would change the starter. Mine would go back and forth with starting and not starting until I changed it. Same scenario as you. All power was good gauges good lights good. It was literally 2 bolts very easy to change. I have a 6" lift so it was even easier lol Sent from my SM-A705U using Tapatalk
  4. Thanks for the info ! I googled some videos with the same issue and he checked all the connections including the ground    And it fired up a few restarts and all was good. I know if I take it to the dealer they will want to replace the starter I use to do my own work but getting to old for all that ( retired ) Did you take yours to a dealer ?  

  5. 2104 Allterrain 6.2 only 39k here lol! Sent from my SM-A705U using Tapatalk
  6. Probably bad starter i went through same issue. The hot wire was burnt where it attaches to the starter. Sent from my SM-A705U using Tapatalk
  7. Thanks Sent from my SM-A705U using Tapatalk
  8. Was thinking of trading my 2014 1500 6.2 Allterrain crew on a new 2020 AT4. Its proving to be a difficult decision. Aside from the $ I put into mods it has the nht package, the 6'2 bed which both seem hard to find on the new 2020s and only 39k miles. Anyhow one of my current mods on the 2014 is a 6" lift with 35s and 20" wheels. If I go with a new 2020 I def want a lift again but worry about warranty coverage. What does everyone think? I had a 2014 Silverado with the 5.3 and a cylinder blew. Had to get the engine replaced. Gm denied the claim because it had a lift as well. Had to get a lawyer to fight gm over it and I eventually won the case. I'm almost certain the lift will void the warranty but most dont seem to care on here and just do the mods they want. Any input is helpful. Thanks Sent from my SM-A705U using Tapatalk
  9. I agree I can get into a new 2019 or 2020 for roughly same payment I have now. I like new 2500s though. May wait 1 more year and try and pick up a used one Sent from my SM-A705U using Tapatalk
  10. If I bought it new it would be paid off by now but I bought it used and financed for 75 months Sent from my SM-A705U using Tapatalk
  11. I'd say 30k is right on point for trade Sent from my SM-A705U using Tapatalk
  12. Here is the trade value after entering the trucks info Sent from my SM-A705U using Tapatalk
  13. I bought it in 2016 then refinanced it a year later to lower my payment. When I refinanced it I basically started over again. I pay $525 a month. I should owe less at this point but the refi changed that. Sent from my SM-A705U using Tapatalk
  14. I owe 22 offered 30 on trade so I have 8k in equity Sent from my SM-A705U using Tapatalk
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