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Old 09-20-2012, 06:54 PM
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i just recently purchased a new f250 xlt fx4 powerstroke. it is tuxedo black. i traded in a 2003 dodge quad cab 4x4 diesel w/ a 6spd manual trans. this is a major change for me i owned the dodge for over 9 yrs. The dodge was slightly modified but the ford is a night and day difference. i love then 6 spd auto and the interior. Any tips or suggestions ?
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Do your maintenance religiously! 5000 mile oil changes, fuel filter every 10000, and drain the water separator monthly, or every fill up so you can keep an eye on the fuel quality your buying. Don't turn off the traction control, or you will be buying tires!
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Do your maintenance religiously! 5000 mile oil changes, fuel filter every 10000, and drain the water separator monthly, or every fill up so you can keep an eye on the fuel quality your buying. Don't turn off the traction control, or you will be buying tires!
^^^agree! especially the traction control part...
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Welcome to the org.! Congrats on the new truck!
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