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Old 03-25-2008, 05:20 PM
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so i wanna know something honestly

okay are there any owners with the 6.0 most particularly the 04 or 05 models that have not had any problems whatsoever? i always read these horror stories on here, and all over the interweb about how these 6.0s are nightmarish. i had my 04 6.0 for 84k miles before i had any problem at all. then the egr went, injectors, blew a piston, wiring harness. all within 3k miles of each other. i drove it from jersey to california where my buddy knew someone who smashed up his 04, but kept it for parts, and wanted to buy another. i sold him mine, and it had 91k or so, and i made it no problems to california. it was a good motor, but the longetivity wasn't so good. wouldn't buy another one, but if i had one given to me i would run it till it blew.
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Old 03-25-2008, 05:22 PM
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My engine has been great but the tranny is a whole nother story.
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Old 03-25-2008, 05:22 PM
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I'm kinda fond of my '04 w/67k.
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Old 03-25-2008, 05:27 PM
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My truck has been good to me. And I must say other then the studs and EGR (knock on wood) no problems at all. I know once I get it back shes gonna be stronger then ever though
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Old 03-25-2008, 05:55 PM
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62,000 and it has never been in the shop. She still purrs just like the day I bought it. This pickup I am going to drive it till the tires fall off, put them back on and drive it some more.
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I did about 40,000 with my 2005 and didn't have any ENGINE problems...
the accessories on the other hand... blew a PS line under warranty (less than 15,000 miles) and A/C sprung a leak while sitting in my driveway one day at 37,000-ish
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My A/C died twice, a little oil leak, and ongoing tranny issues.
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anyone over 100k with zero or minimal problems?
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I will let you know in about a year.
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03/04's had some problems, 2005's is when problems seemed to be ironed out. Remember there where hundreds of thousands more Powerstrokes sold in 03/04 compaired to Duramax and Cummins combined. Cummins and D-Max's had thier share of problems as well when the new models came out.
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