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if you were to do the deletes an tuner your truck would not lose any reliability IMO
More often then not, a vehicle doesn't break down when it is convenient for you. It usually decides to break down in the middle of nowhere or far from home where your stock stuff is sitting. Unless you tow it home to install the stock stuff then tow it to the dealer, chances are you will end up at a dealer with obvious mods. Thats what I was getting at. Plus, it depends on what is wrong. You have serious engine issues and the dealer will check the ECM. If you think there won't be some tell tale sign of tampering in the ECM, all I can say is good luck. I hope the dealer tech you get is mod friendly.I dont see how you couldn't "fool" the dealer if you HAD to bring the truck.
Reliability is based on perspective but since you don't have the warranty anymore it's a null issuei do plan on the deletes and was in the begining of my first post. i was just wondering if any one had reliability issues with all the deletes. and my rig isnt under warranty anymore. i am my warranty. one other question anyone know of a good dpf delete exhaust system
:shock: just one more reason I have resisted the urge to do any major mods. Especially adding a tuner. At least with most bolt on mods I could change it back but you add a tuner and your toast.I too was thinking about doing the deletes that is until last week when I had to have my CP-3 pump replaced for leaks. The bill was $3894. Holy crap, if I had done the deletes I would have been stuck with a heafty bill and no warranty!