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by Red from Billings. MT | January 7, 2012
The only issue i found on the 2500 automatic 4speed w/overdrive 4x4 is that when pulling heavy loads of long periods of time, you will burn up the transmission IF you do not install a secondary transmission cooler! these can be found in any auto parts store for around 29.99 and can be easily installed yourself or have it done by someone that knows how or professionally. after that you are good to go with know problems on this vehicle. as long as you keep up your regular service on it like any other vehicle.