So what if the DIC and mileage per the book are not lined up. Nothing is gonna happen, move on... Quite frankly, I'm very impressed that this even has a diesel available and is so easy to get into the ECM. You may have just bought the wrong truck. You're gonna stress yourself to death chasing around one dealer after another burning all your bridges. Then when you have a real problem in the future they are going to remember you and give you the, I'm sorry your warranty is all done. You shouldn't be sweating the small shit... In fact, try this mod and see how it goes... Go into your DIC, push left, down to options, then information items, then right, then edit.... Uncheck fuel filter... BOOM it's fixed!
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Look, it's not worth getting into an argument about. If I buy something brand new, I expect it to have quirks, but I expect the company to make it right if something is wrong. When fuel and the engine is involved, it's not small stuff to me. You might have all the money in the world but I don't. I'd like to see an answer, that's all. If they tell me to handle everything myself (change the filter, reset the DIC), then so be it. I just want guidance on what to do, not just some dealer saying, "Yeah yeah, we'll call you back."
And again, I'm the last person to complain to a dealer. All I've done over the past month is check in with them, that's it. If they can't give me an answer, there's no harm in trying to get a second opinion. I'm not burning any bridges by screaming at them to get me an answer. That gets you nowhere in life. You're entitled to your opinion on this, and so am I.
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