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How many miles to get out of a 14 Sierra slt 4x4 5.3L?    Currently 118k , try to take best care as much as possible 

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4 minutes ago, Determined said:

How mad do you get when you call for service work and the LADY is very confused ? Women answering the phone ,     Who else can through the phone out the window? Wtf 

 

About as mad as I get when the MAN is very confused.

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  • Determined changed the title to 2014 1500 4x4 5.3

Im at 206,000 and just added headers and a tune. Runs like a top, today anyway.  got 21.3 on the highway at 65-70  usually running 80-85 and its at 16-17 MPG. 

 

Change the oil and you should be good. 

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2 hours ago, 2015 High Miler said:

Im at 206,000 and just added headers and a tune. Runs like a top, today anyway.  got 21.3 on the highway at 65-70  usually running 80-85 and its at 16-17 MPG. 

 

Change the oil and you should be good. 

Nice, I have the Range modular , I take out every now and then and let Lifters/cylinders  do there thing,    I hope she last awhile I love the truck 

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34 minutes ago, Determined said:

Nice, I have the Range modular , I take out every now and then and let Lifters/cylinders  do there thing,    I hope she last awhile I love the truck 

The parts are always moving, here are a couple of videos breaking down how AFM works.

 

 

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