2008 F-150 FX, all the bells including moonroof. Turned 16000 this morning.
2002 GMC Savanna 3500 w/148,000 miles.
I just had a brake job and got 143,000 miles on the original front pads. They weren't quite down to the wear sensors yet.
2006 Sprintger 110000 KM, original tires and brakes
2001 Mustang GT for personnel, 28000 KM, 4th set of back tires
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Engine is a complete piece of junk.
Originally Posted by iraqveteran
Have replaced freeze plugs, because they were leaking.
Have replaced all 16 valve stem seals.
Have replaced entire Exhaust system, due to plugged Cat from the failed seals.
Now oil pressure is in the basement and the bearings sound like John Bonham playing "Moby Dick". If it wasn't for Lucas Oil Stabilizer, I would have sent a rod thru the pan a year ago.
On top of that, the Paint literaly falls off this truck.
Second Dodge product I've owned.
Second Dodge product that has had major engine problems.
This will be the last Dodge/Chyrsler product I ever own. As far as I'm concerned, no matter what the nameplate says, it's a piece of junk right from the start.
For every 15 miles it costs $3.20. The internal combustion engine is something else. Out of the btu's of one gallon of gasoline or diesel, it is divided into basically 3rds. 1/3 is removed in the cooling system. Another 3rd goes out the exhaust. The other third is used to power the front or rear wheels. So 2 thirds of the energy of one gallon of fuel is wasted. They have Seer ratings on A/C units. Something fishy here.
They have a much better lobby than we do.
Originally Posted by oroy54
Work 2008 Toyota Tundra 800 kms
Personal 2004 F150 crewcab 76000kms love em both
2002 GMC Sierra Ext. Cab Loaded w/97,000 miles
99 F150 4x4 ext cab 245,000 miles
97 F250 ext cab 190,000 miles
97 E150 250,000 miles down now tranny finally died trying to decide weather or not to put new motor and tranny in it or just junk it rest of van in good shape.
98 Expedition 103,,000 miles
93 F150 98000 miles
All the trucks run like new and dont use oil. I remember when if you had 100,000 miles on a car it was wore out now if you don't get at leat 200,000 on one you got a bad one.
Company junk '01 fORD e250 178,000 oil changes every 3k, all maintenance done on time
Personal '02 Accord V6 15,000. oil changed once a year, no mechanics allowed near it
Only time will tell
1996 Ford Ranger - 396,000 miles - runs like new - never rebuild mantenence.
2001 BMW 740i - 186,000 miles - never rebuild - mantenence only.
I know I am lucky - especially with the BMW.
Honda might not think to highly of that if you need any warranty work done on the engine.
Originally Posted by psychometric