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  1. I don't know what's harder to get the Transparent trailer camera or Corona virus. I capitalized Corona for respect to the beer company.
  2. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07X27M1Y2/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 The color doesn't matter, its just the color of the LED.
  3. I'm pretty sure its a straight pipe back from the DPF. That's as free flowing as it gets.
  4. Range also makes a start stop eliminator that you plug into the OBDII that works with the 3.0 I have had one since day 1 with no problems.
  5. DEF has a cap and is a designed the same as a traditional system.
  6. A very long time. Its a new engine and there's not many out there. It's also very complex and monitored heavily be sensors. I'm sure someone will make a CAI that does nothing, but years until real upgrades. I'd love to see someone delete one; I bet it gets 35MPG but that's a long way out.
  7. I think its all of them, it says on the window sticker and I verified with the dealer.
  8. Your first service - oil change is free, take it to the dealer
  9. I like the idea behind the Z71, ie skid plates and 2 speed t-case. However the new emissions diesels need to regen and if you do off road for days or several hours and it goes into regen then what?
  10. There is indeed a system in place that works to keep water out. In fact if you want to add fuel from a gas can or an additive you have to use a long funnel otherwise it pours out on the ground. A cheap plastic funnel should have been included with your truck.
  11. Me too, I love my 3.0 after 4500 miles it hasn't had any issues except 3 recalls. None of which affected me. However it is unsettling that the service dept knows me by voice when I call in.
  12. I don't see any additional expense with the diesel, except the fuel costs more. The oil change is probably a little more, DEF cost, and fuel filters. However there are no spark plugs to change, no coil packs, no wires.
  13. Smelled my truck for the first few thousand with the windows down then it cleared up. I think it was just burn off.
  14. Not sure what the deal is with some people on this forum. I use the Auto 4WD when the roads are icy in spots. Otherwise don't use it. If its dry use 2WD; consistently slick use 4WD When its in Auto its always prepared to go into 4wd the transfer case has a wet clutch pack these are what's used to engage the auto 4wd. They will wear and in addition driving in 4wd Auto cuts down on fuel economy. Basically its for those half and half conditions.
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