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Old 01-19-2016, 06:10 PM   #671
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Got the hitch, airbags and the plug installed today. Can't wait for Friday to come for PDI and bring home the new 5er!
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Old 01-19-2016, 07:04 PM   #672
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Bought new spark plugs and wires. Too cold outside to work on it today. Hoping it warms enough Saturday to at least nose it into the garage to get them changed. 118,000 on the originals, figure it's time.
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Old 01-19-2016, 10:48 PM   #673
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Got the hitch, airbags and the plug installed today. Can't wait for Friday to come for PDI and bring home the new 5er!
I know how you feel. I just got the call that mine is ready for pick up. 6 weeks early!!!!!!!
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Old 01-19-2016, 10:50 PM   #674
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Bought new spark plugs and wires. Too cold outside to work on it today. Hoping it warms enough Saturday to at least nose it into the garage to get them changed. 118,000 on the originals, figure it's time.
I am old enough to remember when plugs rarely lasted 18,000 miles.
Just goes to show you how much more efficient\clean burning todays motors are.
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Old 01-20-2016, 08:02 AM   #675
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That does not sound right. Injectors rarely fail, much less all 8 at the same time.
My FICM went out a few weeks ago, just over 105K. My batteries were in good shape but the diesel tech said low batteries can accelerate it but they do fail after 100-125k miles.
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Old 01-23-2016, 09:47 AM   #676
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Tried to find it! I believe that is the TV directly behind the Snow Blower LOL

Still many hours of Snow left but wanted to knock it down to a manageable level. Already 16" in SE PA
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Old 01-23-2016, 10:21 AM   #677
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Not today, but doing things to the TV seem to be constant. I recently had to have the Heater control box replaced because a couple of the mode doors broke, so all I had was heat coming out of the dash; it would switch to defrosters or floor etc. Anyway, on the Dodge Rams, changing this heater box requires complete removal of the entire dashboard in order to do the job correctly. In short, the dealership which did the work messed up my Remote Start system by re wiring it incorrectly when they put the dashboard back in. I fought with them for over a month, finally writing letters of complaint to the dealership headquarters, and to the BBB, and finally to Chrysler headquarters.
So just recently, I had an entire new (and upgraded) Remote Start system installed. I now have a 1 mile range, and it is programmable, so when the temps are really low and staying below zero for several days; I can set it to start the truck and let it run for 20 minutes every 4,6, or 8 hours (have it set for 6 hour intervals).

For those of you in the hotter climates, remote starts can be a handy tool as well. My Dad had one put in his car. When he and mom are out shopping and running around on a hot day, he starts his car about 10 minutes before they leave and lets the A/C cool the interior down before they get in.
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Old 01-23-2016, 04:00 PM   #678
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Tried to find it! I believe that is the TV directly behind the Snow Blower LOL

Still many hours of Snow left but wanted to knock it down to a manageable level. Already 16" in SE PA
Same situation here in Lancaster, PA. We've had about 2' and the mayor has ordered everyone to get their vehicles off the streets. It'll be a couple of days before we can get out, I think. My TV has been uncovered, and I could get out in an emergency.

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Old 01-23-2016, 04:08 PM   #679
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washed it to clean the salt and sand off of it
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Old 01-24-2016, 01:25 AM   #680
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I made it bigger.
Traded in my '12 Frontier for a '15 Titan. 50% higher towing capacity and a few more bells and whistles. Model change for '16 meant huge discounts on the '15s. Picked up a Pro-4X model loaded for a hair over $28K US.

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