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Old 05-27-2020, 01:03 PM   #29 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Piotrsko View Post
200k pickups are fairly common, mostly the ford /chevy big block diesel. most achievements not requiring motor tranny or FI rebuilds. Brakes, tires, suspension otoh, yup common.
Well my supposedly "bulletproof" 5.9 Cummins needed injectors in under 200,000 miles and the parts alone were over $4000 (new Bosch injectors, new harness, and new gaskets) installed would have been $5000 even. So great, the Cummins goes 500,000 miles but I could have dropped a whole new Hemi in there at that point for less than just the Cummins injectors. My 3.0 TDI just got all new injectors at 80,000 miles and they are similar $400 each just for the part. Luckily that was done 100% under the extended dieselgate warranty. It's always something, expecting zero high dollar maintenance after 200,000 miles is unlikely.

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