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    • I use Blackstone Labs as well. The keep a record of each sample from each vehicle and the report shows all samples over time so that there are trends there to indicate what is happening in the engine. They do the same for a transmission. They also make recommendations about how long you should go between oil changes, 
    • These are exactly what I am after!! Do I have to take the entire door apart to get them out and replaced? Is there any tutorials or is it straight forward as it should be?
    • Are there any instructions for trouble shooting a no crank situation? It looks like it is somehow connected to the unit batteries, but unsure if there is a relay or anything. It won't crank at the control panel on the gen set or in the vehicle. Once it warms up again I can chase the leads and make sure they are connected to something. It was 70 here on Sunday then we got 4 inches of snow overnight. Now it is too cold and windy for this old man to want to be under this monstrosity of a vehicle.
    • That is still a bargain.  My dad had one of those. He was 81 when he got it,
    • Everyone seems to have opinions but no one seems to have any facts to back up the opinions.  Oil change intervals have always been that way.  Many people were told in their youth that oil should be changed every 3000 miles.  Dealers and garages love to keep that idea alive.  They make money on the changes and whatever else might be wrong. Instead of going by opinions, I suggest you use google for some research.  I did but did not keep the large number of links I reviewed.  My 2018 Ram CTD had 13500 miles when I returned from my one and only trip at the end of 2018.  A year later in the Fall of 2019 I had only driven another 1000 miles.  I went to the dealer for a $40 State inspection and had the oil, filter and fuel filters changed.  The bill for that was over $700!  Never again.  A year after that I debated and debated and did my research and decided just to spend the $60 for 3 gallons of synthetic and did the change myself.  I am sure it was a total waste of time and money.  BTW, I did not bother with the oil filter since it is hard to reach.  I did not bother with the fuel filters due to the extremely low mileage.  Now another year and 1000 miles have gone by and I am still not quite ready for the next trip.  I had to syphon out and replace the DEF but I am going to skip any more maintenance.  The big issue with old oil is water.  I am very careful and run the truck until hot and then some about once a month.  I avoid any short stop and go driving.   
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