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07.5 - 09 3rd Gen 6.7L PowertrainDiscussion of components that are directly involved in the power production and all that is needed to get and keep the truck moving . Engine, Transmission, etc...NO ADVERTISING
Only your deal can tell you for certain. It won't matter what anyone on here tells you lol. If it makes you feel better though, yes they will
'09 3500 4x4 MC Laramie, Dealer lifted, 35x12.50x20 Toyo MT, GDP Arctic Grid Boss, C&C Intake Horn, Flo-Pro 5" TBE, Smarty
My dealer said " Do what ya gotta do, we'll still take care of ya!"
plug egr back in clear the code and go on in and your golden. Then when you have a new dpf... delete it and keep it on the side for future reasons. Or just do what I did and leave the truck stock till warranty is up.
2002 Ext. Cab White 4x4 NV5600 AEM Intake Edge Juice w/Attitude...and some other extras
Hope your dealer still does warranty work. Found out today that mine doesn't. They are in a pissing match with Chrysler. First thing they asked when I called was "in your truck still under warranty?". They will not do repairs under warranty. That's hosed up!
2008 6.7 4X4, Auto Trans, Regular Cab, Mineral Grey, All Stock, 2nd turbo, no other problems.
2007.5 2500 White SLT quad cab 6.7 liter totally stock. Is the CEL supposed to stay on? 34,000 miles. 2nd stock turbo. white 3.73 rear differential ratio. J35 recall. 2 wheel drive. Plan on a DPF and EGR delete when I come up with the $$$$.
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