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Old 11-12-2012, 11:32 AM
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I sent an email to the Service Director for my dealership. He is the guy that helped me initially. If anyone wants details as to what I wrote, PM me. I prefer to keep it off the boards as my dealer has been totally phenomenal with all of my service/repair needs and there is no reason to put them on blast over this. I don't honestly think this is the truck's fault, or the dealer's. Its a flaw that needs to be solved at a level much higher than that.

As far as those of you concerned with re-manned converters vs new, I got the re-manned converter as well and I am having the issue. First converter I just had the noise. They replaced it, the noise went away, now I have the shudder. After about 1k miles the noise came back as well. So now I have the shudder and noise. I will give the dealer a chance to rectify before I decide where to go from here.
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