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I need a new turbo and possibly an intercooler. I'll check both of those places out.


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Industry Diesel is in Oakville, may want to check them out, They do rebuilds but do not do the installation. Turbochargers - Industry Diesel

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I need a new turbo and possibly an intercooler. I'll check both of those places out.
I'm probably getting the s467 from BD diesel when money allows.

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Hey guys! I'm from Oakville. Purchased my 2015 dually last summer with 60k on it. I'm at 78k now and I just noticed that my rear differential drips a bit and also CEL came up last night. I have extended 100k warranty on this truck and I'm hoping that these issues will be covered by the dealership. Now there are quite a few dealerships in the area where I could take my truck too, Im just not sure which one to go with as I was told that its really hard to find a knowledgeable diesel mechanic at these dealership shops. Could anyone share their experience with cummins mechanics at the dealership in the area? I also don't mind to travel an extra mile in order to receive a professional service. Thanks in advance guys!
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Most of us never take our trucks to the dealership. I'd do some checking around here for your CEL, get the code pulled and see what's what.

Sorry, not much use. I'll take a look at it for you if you want LOL... you don't even have to travel far!

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Thanks for the reply. I've never took any of my trucks to the dealership myself before, the only reason why I'm considering doing so now is because of the extended warranty on this truck that has been purchased by the original owner, so I can only assume that whatever the issue is with CEL and the differentials, it all can be fixed for no cost to me till I hit 100 clicks.
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I'll pull the code for free* if you want, checking the leaky diff in this weather might cost you a medium black at Horton's though hahah. At least knowing the code you could go into any dealer near you forearmed and a lot less likely to get BS'd

*Free as in no money. I reserve the right to check out your truck and ogle at all the fancy stuff you have that I don't

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Lockwood Chrysler (now South Oakville Fiat etc.) use to have a decent diesel mechanic according to my neighbour, but never needed to try them out and now the truck is with my son up in Ingersoll.
If your leak is the front pinion seal, it maybe a clogged axle vent hose, happened to my sons 2500, once he cleared it out stopped dripping. It was probably building pressure and this was the weakest point.

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