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by lwh1959 from Chandler, Tx. | February 10, 2013
I am pleased with this truck. I haven't had any problems, as of yet. The truck is showing 97,000 on it but the carfax shows 297,000. Other than that I have had good luck with it. The A/C works as well as the heater. The interior is plush and carpet in good condition. It seems to drive and handle a bit on the HEAVY side, thus it being a 2500. I am experiencing a bit of a problem with the tie rod end on the driver's side, and the lock won't lock on the pass. side with the button. Over all a good truck to scoot around in, it's working days are over with.