There a good tire have them on both of our trucks, excellent on wet pavement. Smooth mine balanced out with very little weights needed. I run gravel roads weekly and there tough. I only use them on highway and gravel roads.
My 2015 just broke 20,000 miles, i drive company truck all week so there is my reason for low miles. I've had no issues with mine sounds like a good deal.
This is a no brainer answer change the filter when you change the oil. I m not leaving dirty oil in my engine just to save whatever on a filter.
Cant help you on the fuel gauge issue but the voltage moving around is normal for quite a few years. There are a bunch of threads explaining the reason but mine does it to.
What your seeing is normal operation, if it makes you feel better turn headlights and tow haul button and it will slowly climb up to 14 again. Mine sinks down all the time and I learned how to make it climb up by doing that. Dont overthink it to much its doing what the computer tells it to do. Its a very slow upward climb so give it plenty of time to move to 14v
ok I would get a test light 12v and verify at your truck plug what you do have. Check the turn signal left and right and running light. Definitely check as BSHORT said the harness. If the fuses are good then you should have power back there, check the ground that could keep it all from working to. Since it so new you could take it back to dealer also
Highway tire the Michelin Defenders in of course E rating are pretty good, excellent wet traction, smooth ride and mine didnt need much weights to balance them. My son has the Michelin AT2 and they have been trouble free.
I recommend footwork. I made all my deals with good old fashion legwork. I understand the internet thing but I have to walkj the lot and yea it helps to have a decent salesman. But you need to know exactly what you want. Was treated very well at the last of 4 dealerships on my last purchase and got the exact truck I wanted. Rest of the dealers were not that great, just got to pick thru them.
Hopefully they will get it squared away, it would be a bummer at that mileage to have a motor issue. We have a 6.2 NHT with 6 speed in our family and its a beast of a truck. It will pull and go like no other.
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