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Old 04-30-2014, 11:17 AM
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Originally Posted by seppie10 View Post
My input on GM's are that they are plagued by electrical gremlins for a very long time and the annoying 80,000 mile replacement parts from all suspension components to engine water pumps and radiator's. I have one up to 200,000 and I new I was getting close to doing it all over again. But from having a grandfather having owned all gm's in his lifetime I wanted to do the same. But since I have changed to dodge well I haven't looked back. I love the ram and everything about it. My cousin bought a 13 Silverado and it is just ugle and lacking interior quality by far as he said the same when we were hunting together. My ram is a 10 and he said wow wish my truck didn't have the plastic squeak when going down a dirt road. Oops on his part. My brother working for gm for 8 yrs and now works at Toyota and said what a difference in tech and innovation and customer satisfaction. His comment was you would never get this from gm. So ram owners have it take it for what its worth and from my point of view you are driving top shelf.
Aww, the famous interior plastic squeaking sounds!!! I do not miss those sounds, even on smooth roads squeak here squeak there, so annoying. My 2003 GMC did that all the time and if I had a friend or somebody with me I would always try and hold or put pressure on the center arm rest to try and stop at least some of the squeaking. My dad (a GM guy) has a 2006 I think GMC and man does it squeak, so glad I don't have to listen to that everyday anymore.
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