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Just hit 40k miles on my 5.3.


Basically zero issues, but my cargo lights don't work, and I don't care enough to trace fuses, and lately I've heard a tiny bit of a pulley whine. I did have to do brakes already, which doesn't make a ton of sense, but oh well.

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Just hit 61,000. on my 6.2 SLT. Only issue was the TCC shutter which the fluid was replaiced under warranty and fixed it. Other than that no mechanical work needed, although I'm still on the original vacume pump which I know I'm on borrowed time on. But that's covered under it's own special exteneded warranty. 

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38,796 since May 2017. 6.2L with the 8 speed. Also had the transmission act up. They changed the valve body. Second time the fluid flush. Changed a battery. Had to change wipers in the first 6 months. The vent on the right side of the steering wheel barely blows, it's stuck mostly blowing out of the defrost vent.


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67k on my 2017 6.2

Valve body at 20k

Battery at 4.5 yrs

Trans shudder/fluid exchange at 55k

Vacuum pump at 60k


I just rotated my tires last week and my brakes look like they should go to 100k easy. Crazy how good these brakes are. My 2013 F150 brakes were shot at 20k

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