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How many miles are on your 2014+

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Looking for guys with 50k+ on there trucks and how is the long term reliability. My truck currently has 60k.

 

So far I've had the ac compressor destroy itself along with the belt and not sure why but was repaired under warranty.

 

I cut the afm off when the truck was brand new so it's been in v8 mode for 60k miles no issues no oil consumption.

 

I believe these trucks are reliable but I'm not going to lie I love the way the new fords look.

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I'm rolling up on 75k hard miles myself. Few issues along the way but everything got worked out. I had a range unit at first but put a tuner on about 30k miles ago and the truck has ran better than ever honestly. Trans feels good, engine runs strong. Just be sure you get those driveline fluids all replaced, the 100k miles interval is BS, everything has been changed at least twice on my truck so far

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I'm rolling up on 75k hard miles myself. Few issues along the way but everything got worked out. I had a range unit at first but put a tuner on about 30k miles ago and the truck has ran better than ever honestly. Trans feels good, engine runs strong. Just be sure you get those driveline fluids all replaced, the 100k miles interval is BS, everything has been changed at least twice on my truck so far

Yeah I haven't changed my trans fluid or anything yet. However on a side note neither has my dad and he has a 250k+ mile truck on stock driveline fluids lol it's a 2000 Silverado 5.3/4l60 I believe.

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Yeah I haven't changed my trans fluid or anything yet. However on a side note neither has my dad and he has a 250k+ mile truck on stock driveline fluids lol it's a 2000 Silverado 5.3/4l60 I believe.

I know some people don't ever change it, and if it smells good and looks good I guess that's good enough for them. Mine was brown and wasn't burnt but didn't exactly smell like trans fluid should. I tow a lot with this truck so I definitely have to keep up with the fluids.

 

On a side note, I'm surprised he has 250k on that trans, even if he doesn't tow. Most I've seen on one is 200k, and they're usually dead before then too

 

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I've only got 42k on mine but so far so good. A few issues were handled under warranty but I hope to keep it for awhile so hopefully nothing creeps up on me.

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I'm sitting at close to 52K. No real issues. Had to replace the driver side heater for the seat under warranty. A couple of recalls early on. Truck runs strong, shifts great. Im thinking the Rancho shocks will be needing replacement soon. I'm probably going to rplace the trans, bothe front and rear diff and 4wd diff fluid by 75K.

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Must be some long haul drivers of 1500's out there somewhere.........

 

There sure are for Duramax HD's.......... http://www.thedieselpage.com/duramax/750kduramaxc.htm

 

They just made the 2 millionth Duramax.......... http://media.gm.com/media/us/en/gm/news.detail.html/content/Pages/news/us/en/2017/mar/0324-duramax.html

 

:driving:

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42.5 currently on my '16, and no problems at all.

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I am creeping up on 80k in my 2014. I bought it used with 42k on it. I have changed all fluids except brake and coolant. So far it has been pretty good. I thought I had a worn ball joints and bought replacement a arms only to find out if had loose adjusters when I started taking the old a arms off. Currently I have a brake rotor vibration when slowing from interstate speeds that I am going to be taking care of shortly. Other than that it's been great.

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64,000 miles on my 2014 RCLB and no issues!

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I know some people don't ever change it, and if it smells good and looks good I guess that's good enough for them. Mine was brown and wasn't burnt but didn't exactly smell like trans fluid should. I tow a lot with this truck so I definitely have to keep up with the fluids.

 

On a side note, I'm surprised he has 250k on that trans, even if he doesn't tow. Most I've seen on one is 200k, and they're usually dead before then too

 

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I have a buddy who has 390000 on a 2000 5.3 with original engine/tranny/rear end. He does pool maintenance and he changes all the fluids every 50k.

 

My brother has 80000 on his 14 CC

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Thanks for the replies guys. Anyone over 100k?

I know everyone will say it's not my truck but a man who delivers all our nuts & bolts to my work place has a 2014 gmc cc 4x4 5.3 with around 175,000 miles now. It's his personal truck as well as work. Only thing he's had fixed is the blend door arm in the hvac broke.
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Not quite, but close, to 92k on my '14 LT... Fluids changed at 70k IIRC; otherwise, normal scheduled maintenance only, (except for the various TSBs and Recalls, including the T-stat/radiator swap). Replaced the battery last Nov...just up and died one morning.

 

My only complaints are that:

- I seem to be down a little on power (and economy) compared to the past (before battery replacement), Spend less time in AFM (V4); and mid/upper-teens for mpg (used to have a 400 mi avg of 20.4; now it's 15.9). Hopefully it will come back up with the warmer weather.

- When I connect my iPod via USB, it oftentimes crashes the MyLink/radio computer causing a reboot (and locks up the iPod). Which means it goes back to first track in my music list (after everything finishes rebooting). If I plug in using the headphone jack to aux input, everything works fine. (Which means iPod integration is non-existent, so I lose dash control of the iPod).

- HD radio range sucks... seems like it is constantly trying to re-acquire HD signal.

 

Have occasionally pulled a 7x16 (9' tall) enclosed v-nose trailer with my Polaris Ranger and hunting/ice-fishing gear inside (maybe 4800 GTW). (Maybe 4 trips per year). If I had it to do all over again, I'd have stuck with the recommended axle ratio.

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