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RE: Ram 6.7 no start

$175 of the $272 is what they charged to check out what was wrong. A rip. Probably a one hour minimum. Minimum diag fee. Prevents people taking their vehicle to a shop to recieve the diag and then perform the repair themselves.
FishOnOne 05/14/23 07:41pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 6.7 no start

$175 of the $272 is what they charged to check out what was wrong. A rip. I mean... you asked a question here, we ALL answered to check the batteries. You didn't. You took it to a dealership, used the time of a service advisor, a repair tech to drive it in and hook up diagnostic equipment, electrity, machinery, paperwork to write it up, service advisor to call you back, repair tech to drive it back in, remove and reinstall batteries, check it, fill out paperwork, drive it back out, etc. It costs money to run a dealership. I bought new batteries a year or two ago for less than half of what you paid. You chose the most expensive route, it's really in poor taste to place the blame on the wrong entity here... At least he came back and reported the issue. Some don't even have the courtesy to report their findings so others can learn.
FishOnOne 05/14/23 07:39pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 6.7 no start

Picked up the truck today from the Stealership. The batteries were $490 and the labor was $272. At least I'm good to go now. Ouch... $762 Did that include the tow bill?
FishOnOne 05/14/23 10:31am Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram Cummins/Aisin Failures

Meanwhile, at the Ford dealership down the street, the mechanic has nothing to do. He and the Maytag repairman knock off early to drown their sorrows at the local tavern, and tell each other that something will break soon.:B Probably worried Ford will loose 3 billion supporting their Lightning product while neglecting their ICE products and uncle joe outlawing appliances.
FishOnOne 05/12/23 06:57pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram Cummins/Aisin Failures

That all sucks BUT why??? get rid of it as it will be repaired under warranty. Probably just frustrated. I would have least kept it until the warranty expires.
FishOnOne 05/12/23 06:53pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram Cummins/Aisin Failures

The third cummins goes bad. Also Paul does mention snap ring failures on the Aisin transmissions. Link
FishOnOne 05/12/23 05:28pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2023 Super Duty 6.7PSD HO Review

I believe every ford I owned wandered or drove. chevman That was because of the Twin I-Beam suspension design. They were bad on tire wear too.
FishOnOne 05/11/23 01:31pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2023 Super Duty 6.7PSD HO Review

If I turned my steering wheel as much as he did I would be in the next lane as my steering is that tight. I suspect the 37" tall sidewall tires has something to do with that.
FishOnOne 05/11/23 12:45pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2023 Super Duty 6.7PSD HO Review

I've got a '23 high output on order but I'm currently hooked up to a 30,000 lb gooseneck and extremely impressed with the way my '22 handles it. Earlier today I was contemplating changing my order to the regular output. If I was ordering one it definitely would be the HO
FishOnOne 05/10/23 11:49pm Tow Vehicles
2023 Super Duty 6.7PSD HO Review

Here's a review from a Ram/Cummins fan on the 2023 Super Duty 6.7PSD HO. Don't agree with some of his analysis including it doesn't require cab off to replace the turbo. The 6.7 HO does have a couple of extra cooling lines for the turbo. Enjoy... Link
FishOnOne 05/10/23 11:50am Tow Vehicles
2024 Ford Ranger

Overall nice truck and Ford as usual will struggle to meet demand. The one thing I don't like is the optional side step behind the rear tire will collect rocks and dirt. Also not sure why a mid size requires a step. Link1 Link 2 Raptor
FishOnOne 05/10/23 09:09am Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 6.7 no start

Hopefully the OP returns to let us know what the problem was and how he fixed it. Unfortunately many are not that considerate. It's always good to have closure so others can learn.
FishOnOne 05/05/23 12:28pm Tow Vehicles
RE: I Bought Too Much Truck

Lol, hips no problem, you just need to install FORD mirrors. :) RAM improved their mirrors for this 2023
FishOnOne 05/05/23 12:27pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 6.7 no start

at this point I'm smelling a troll Who? The dude with the dead batteries or the dozen guys telling him he has dead batteries? Now there's nothing wrong coming on a forum asking a question when you already know the answer. :B
FishOnOne 05/03/23 11:07am Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 6.7 no start

Denso Starter. Not good... :M
FishOnOne 05/02/23 07:00pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Chevrolet 6.6 burning oil

Whoa, sorry for being a month behind on GMs next years models….lol. Well good, GM finally pulled their heads out of their posteriors. Now Ram is the only one left running 100% outdated transmissions in some of their HD models (aka all the diesels). Actually more like being about 5 months behind, GM made the announcement early in Dec 22 and launched the new websites Perhaps too busy then stirring up the shitpot at the time on these Lol, nah, you may be mistaking me for someone who watches every YooToob video, actually caring about what the next latest update is…. And no one is raving about the (stock) power of the old 7.3 Powerstroke. At least not in the last 15 years or more. That is a poor comparison by which to make a point. I certainly hope not ,bought new ,and drove for nearly 16 years a early 99 7.3 Powerstroke . Did a great job on any thing around 10K or under ,after that it fell on its face . Agreed... We have a 02 7.3PSD and power is not it's strength. Having said that I've read reports of ex 7.3PSD owners who now own a 7.3 gas and reported a much improved towing experience.
FishOnOne 05/01/23 08:46am Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 6.7 no start

It only clicks one time. Battery connections are good . Checked batteries with volt meter. Original batteries, 48000 miles. Why would it go dead right away if it was batteries ? Your 7 YO batteries are toast IMHO. The only true way to tell is with a mechanical load tester or electronic load tester. The last 4 batteries I have bought for my truck were good one day and bad the next. One time caught me on vacation. :o They used to give you warning but not the batteries of today or the trucks of today. I "think" it's because of the duel batteries in the trucks I have? BTW I just replaced a 5 month old battery at work. NCNS. Battery dead flat. I charged it up to 12.7 Volts. I thought oh, that's good. Then I did my due diligence and it failed miserably under an electronic load test. This is good advice...
FishOnOne 04/30/23 07:28pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Chevrolet 6.6 burning oil

If you decide to purchase a new truck I would give the Ford 7.3 a hard look. Reason why is Ford stuck with port injection instead of direct injection like on the Chevy 6.6 engine. Good luck...
FishOnOne 04/30/23 10:29am Tow Vehicles
RE: 2024 Duramax Dyno

Impressive... Next would like to see if there's been a fuel economy improvement.Now you are being funny. More power,towing and better economy do not go together. Speed costs money. How fast do you want to go? Not talking about speed. The '20 Power Stroke received a impressive bump in HP and Torque while improving fuel economy. We also seen dyno tests that demonstrated the advertised HP/Torque were understated from the factory.
FishOnOne 04/27/23 12:05pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2024 Duramax Dyno

Well looks like the 2024 Duramax yielded 18mpg on winter blend diesel. Probably would yield 19mpg in my neck of the woods on summer blend diesel. Assuming there was no regen during this MPG test. Link
FishOnOne 04/27/23 09:11am Tow Vehicles
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