What kind of cell phone do you have,if it's an Android, buy a OBD2 dong, and download Torque Pro app., pair it with your phone, and you have your own scanner. If you have an apple phone, i think the apps called REV. This is what you'll for Android, they make them for Apple too. need
I fix 20 to 30 phones a month , and known as the phone fixer around here, and i can tell you, they break with even the thick rubber cases, but they do offer more protection. I just finished one yesterday that was just in the guys pocket, with his keys. When he bend down, the keys must of applied to much pressure in one spot on the screen. Last week I did one where the girl had the Otterbox, but threw it at her boy friend, and it broke. My advice is, get an Iphone, the screens are 20% cost of the others. I've fixed some, and in two days, their back and I'm replacing them again.
Just find a clean Dodge or GM truck, save yourself some grief. I'm not brand loyal at all ,If it's junk it's junk, no matter which brand, they all have them. The 6.0 is a good motor in an off road application, but smogged, it's nothing but trouble.
Nothing beats the power and smothness of the D/A - unless the Ram with the new Cummins and Aisin can do it?Don't need a new one for that. My '04.5 has lots of power and smoothness.I hear ya! I haven't hooked up anything I couldn't pull yet, and I have over a 100k miles so far, it just won't slow down.
It's the wind , unless you have a carburetor on your truck. With todays engine management systems, and all the input sensors, it knows to cut the fuel to maintain the correct F/A ratio if the filter is little restricted, it's not like a venturi effect of a carb.. I've had trips where I have a 1/4 tank when I get to my CG, refill, and leave the next day, and have right at a half tank when I get home.
I like old, the older the better. My 05 Dodge sits my yard all week, so I can drive my older 97 Grandprix daily . And on the weekend, I ride my even older 84 Goldwing around town. Every thing is payed for, so it's free sailing.