My truck didn't have the tow mirrors either. I negotiated to include
the mirrors or no sale. The sales guy wrote it up and I bought the
truck. I found out later that he had to eat the cost of the mirrors
($350) + installation ($425). :-o
They also gave me the original standard mirrors. :-D
Anybody out there need a new set of standard mirrors for an '04 Dodge
Southern California's Four Seasons:
Earthquake, Mudslide, Brushfire, and Riot
I didn't want trailer tow mirrors. I don't care for the look of them
too much. I do tow boats/pwc trailers often. I have no problem with
the standard mirror.
It's amazing what the dealers/sales people will do for a sale. My
sales person assured me that I had 1 full year of Sirius Satellite
Radio included. He also assured me that I could call the people that
produce the navigation DVD (Alpine) and get an updated version for
Sirius ... on the 90th day it shut off. Sirius had no record of my
ESN, so I had to pay for new service. I called the salesperson ... he
doesn't remember saying I would get a year for free (whatever!). So, I
talked to his manager. He was going to check into and call me right
back. That was 2 months ago.
Navigation ... I called Alpine and they audibly laughed at me. They
want $150.00 for the updated DVD.
I'd love to order a truck directly from Dodge ... no lying, SOB
I did get the last laugh, however. My sales person worked in fleet.
He gets the majority (so he says) of his commission from the sale off
of the survey form I am supposed to fill out. I "forgot" to fill it
out, and have since "lost" it.
Hehehhehhe ... I crack me up.
I work for cummins and have been for the past 15 years I would start by removing
the exhaust pipe off the back of your turbocharger (usually just a clamp and
pull back the pipe) look in there for signs of engine oil if it is wet with oil
your turbo seals have failed replace turbocharger if no oil is present take off
the charged air pipe and again check for oil ......if present in either places
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