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bshort

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  1. Always had noise with them from new and absolutely terrible when aged. Heck, they are an AT tire after all.
  2. I can find you a broke down Ford post on another page if it would make you feel happier?
  3. Don't really need the E's, but since they're already there..... I pull a 6K TT with the P's and it's just fine. I wouldn't mine E's for the overkill, but I'm not going to needlessly fork over 1k just because.
  4. But you could go to a Ram, Ford or Toyota page and find people with problems too. Sh&t happens with vehicles.
  5. Kinda why I like to wait a bit on these recalls. Seems like they learn the right (and wrong) ways to handle these on the first few vehicles.
  6. Mine did this as well when it kept prompting me to update. Did the update and all is well again.
  7. I added 1/2 quart in 2500 miles. Not worried about it. I happened to use the black jug of Castrol, so my motor should seize at any moment. Had a Subaru that 1 quart in 1000 miles was considered acceptable, but it never used any.
  8. Truck broke. Can you tell me what's wrong with it and provide a detailed repair?
  9. I hear a transmission noise that reminds me of the first gear in an old Crown Victoria. I consider it normal. If it actually breaks, it has warranty.
  10. I don't have this particular engine, but my Colorado Dmax makes whirring, clicking and cycling noises after shutdown. Been doing it for two years.
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