Problems so far are:
Replaced water pump
Replaced upper/lower/bypass hoses
Clogged cat - replaced
Hole in muffler - replaced
ECU reflash to get rid of annoying backfire CEL which would cause truck to stall when at a stop
Paint is peeling off of passenger side door & hood. No point in fixing this at the moment.
well, i bought my truck with about 61,000 miles on it 9 months agoand it now has 67,570 miles as of today
and i have replaced front u-joints,IAC, cap an rotor , clogged cat, and just basic maintenence
but if you search posts by ME you will find i am having issues with it dying when it warms
to opperating tempature. tomorrow i get to install another part (IAT)and see if that helps.
if you are wondering why such low miles after 9 months
i live 1.2 miles from work and my wifes durango is the vehicle we use when we go places.
1999 dodge 1500 sport with 92,000 miles on it. The motor blew up after only owning this pick up for 2 and a half months, i still want to go ahead and rebuild the motor because i feel like im driving a 20,000 pick up and its great to take around town.
Bought with 140k on it a few years back.... then had to have pretty much the whole passenger side replaced thanks to someone running a red light.(ever seen a full size truck spinning around in the air?) That accident caused the IAC to go bad. Rearend was also replaced due to that. Then I had to replace the water pump and drivers side wheel cylinder a couple years ago. Shortly after that my speed sensor stopped working..... So still showing 199k on the odometer Actual is well over 310k now. Replaced the fuel pump about a year ago. Eight months ago my cat plugged up tight, so replaced that with an off road unit(no cat). And two days ago I replaced the passenger side wheel cylinder. Front axle u joints are next week!
I bought mine a year ago with 83,xxx... it was incorrect due to a tranny re-build... since then I have 142,576 on her.. I did a car fax and the vin came back to last recorded service with 170,000!! sooo...142,576-83,000= 59,576 + 170,000= 229,576