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Old 12-18-2013, 10:14 AM
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Originally Posted by 2011bighorn View Post
So they replaced the seal was good for 2 days then I started smelling coolant and I knew it wasn't the old coolant burning off the engine because I had already driven 120 miles and smelt nothing. I pop the hood and it is spraying of a hose. My truck started over heating. Took it back to the dealer and they said one of my hoses had a huge hole in it. They replaced and an no more leaks. I'm trying to get the wife on board with trading this thing in before more problems pop up. Only have 8000 miles left on 3yr/36000 warranty.
Wow,...surprised that your dealer did not catch some indication of an impending hose failure before this ! Just me, but I'd start having my truck serviced at a different dealer in the future if you don't trade off. Think I'd also change the oil now if your truck has overheated, those molecules don't reconstitute back in the same way.
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