I live 180 miles from them so I tried to get as much info as possible to ensure that I would not be mislead and waste time on a "clean" 2011 dodge ram 2500 4x4 diesel and a good price. I wouldn't have even known that a check engine light was on the truck unless a buddy from nearby went to do a quick once over the vehicle before a brought cash to OKC to take a better look and buy. The guy i spoke with "failed" to mention that to me The dealer told me the check engine light was most likely a bad Ox2 sensor and could be solved with minimal expense, which can hold to be true (wondering if it was a quick fix why didn't he already do it). Against my better judgement I took the drive and took it to a local mechanic to get it better analyzed, and here we go. THAT CHECK ENGINE LIGHT... 2- Ox2 sensors, DPF sensor, failed CAT sensor, faulty ECM (entire electrical control system)... a total of 11 codes popped up... He also told me that the front and rear axles were bad, transfer case needed replacement, electrical issues, etc. and told me he has never seen a three year old vehicle with soo many electrical codes then laughed me out of his shop. Didn't even provide an estimated price to fix... just said good luck This "clean" truck he was trying to sell would not have made it to me home from the dealership lot. Shook, made weird noises, and I was honestly scared to get above 60 mph. This guy will sell anything with wheels, even if it doesnt even roll... like the 2011 dodge 2500 4x4 that he said came from Enterprise rental so "you know they do regular maintenance" ????? The entire drive train parts were failed because nothing had fluid in it !!! What a joke, and a wasted 7 hours and full tank of fuel... Rip off, Rip off, Rip off... buyers be VERY aware.
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