Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Billings, MT
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I am a nazi about maintenance, fluids, etc - but I have yet to do the injectors or GP's in my '01. The GP's are definitely due though, she'll start when its cold, but its everything she's got. I'm planning on doing the Injectors when I do them just to get it out of the way.
My '00 just had the GP's, injectors, and the trans replaced right before I bought it at 275K.
I am not easy on either and I know the '00 had a rough life before (but was maintained meticulously) - its been an oil field truck its entire life. I am a HUGE proponent of vehicle maintenance. Oil changes on time every time (I never go over 5K, and do them at 3K if possible - when I'm in the field its not always an option). Take care of these trucks and they'll take care of you. I'm also convinced with the mileage on both of mine, if they're driven they do better. I try not to let either sit for too long.
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