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After 100,000 miles...

Well guys my dump has 123k on her and im wondering whats next to go bad or need to be replaced. I already changed both manifolds, rear diff cover, oil pan, along with MISC things inside and outside the truck. I just bought a new cam sensor as the one on my truck went to the ****ter. Let me know what to keep an eye out for...


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Damn, If that was my truck i would be trading it in. If you have had that many problems with only 123,000 miles i sure hate to see whats to come.
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Damn, If that was my truck i would be trading it in. If you have had that many problems with only 123,000 miles i sure hate to see whats to come.
Why trade it in? It's a 15 year old truck in NJ. SALT???

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I guess im missing something, is he talking about the 1996 or the 2008. If its the 96 i guess its understandable, but if its the 08 i would be trading it in, thats just my opinion.
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No its the dump, thats why its in the 94-98 7.3l section! lol The truck runs great! never misses a beat. Just looking to see whats next to come with 123k miles.


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My guess is more miles. As long as you take care of it probably not that many immediate problems to come.. but who's to say considering it is a 15 year old truck

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Injector o-rings, glow plug and starter relays. That's about it.



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Hell I'm at 284 k and haven't had to replace any of those things

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Some of that stuff smacks of a freaky type failure that isn't all that common. Just keep the oil changes and fuel filter changes on schedule and that should be it other than normal failure items: water pump, pulleys, batteries.

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