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Old 07-30-2014, 05:06 PM   #101
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he has the analog roll-up odo, that's also what all the 97-98 trucks have if I'm not mistaken.

although the intermittent digital odo is almost always the bad solder that was one of the few faults these trucks had in large numbers. my '99's is intermittent.

but, not applicable to his truck.
Ah, thanks nfldfordman. Disregard then lol
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Old 07-30-2014, 08:12 PM   #102
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My odometer is the analog one. The worm gear inside wears out over time and needs to be replaced. However last time I replaced a worm gear somehow my whole cluster stopped working and I had to buy a new one. So I'm getting somebody else to fix it this time lol.
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Old 08-07-2014, 03:59 PM   #103
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Odometer fixed, off to the transmission shop next Monday.





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Old 08-25-2014, 03:36 PM   #104
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Got a phone call from the transmission shop that they are finally going to be able to drop the pan to see what is causing the transmission slip code. They said they drove it and didn't noticed anything abnormal. I miss driving my truck.
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Old 08-25-2014, 10:36 PM   #105
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Got a phone call from the transmission shop that they are finally going to be able to drop the pan to see what is causing the transmission slip code. They said they drove it and didn't noticed anything abnormal. I miss driving my truck.
With how long its taken they better find something
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Old 08-26-2014, 11:46 AM   #106
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With how long its taken they better find something
I agree 100%. If they do find something it will probably take them another month. They have to do it all out of warranty so they aren't getting paid. So they are in no hurry at all. I have been calling them everyday so maybe they will work on it sooner.
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I agree 100%. If they do find something it will probably take them another month. They have to do it all out of warranty so they aren't getting paid. So they are in no hurry at all. I have been calling them everyday so maybe they will work on it sooner.
I would think that if it's all warranty then they would want to just get it over with and get it out of the shop so they have that shop space for another customer that would bring them in more money
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I would think that if it's all warranty then they would want to just get it over with and get it out of the shop so they have that shop space for another customer that would bring them in more money
That would be nice, but I can see them working on paying customers vehicles first and mine on the down time, they have a pretty big shop, which sucks lol. My inspection is expiring this month on my truck, I need to get my check engine light off, and I can't do that till I get my truck back.
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I love your truck I hope it's fixed soon do you can post more pics
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