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Discuss your favorite brand and how to fix it.
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thinking of buying a 2012 6.7. any know problems . i will pull a trailer weekly, but mileage 40,000 per year.
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I wouldn't want an early one. 15 and up are supposed to be the best.
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My brother in law has a ‘12 or ‘14 has probably 160k on it with no problems. Lots of city driving and idling on it.
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Those were rough years for most the auto makers.
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I would read many hours here https://www.thedieselstop.com/forums/
before I bought it. Some people can tear up an anvil and some will complain about anything, so if you read about a lot of the same problems then it might be a problem. Remember most people only post to complain so the many thousands out there trouble free you probably want read about. Also remember the other brands have their problems also.
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Seems to me the '12 models had a variable pitch turbo that gave a lot of grief, later models went to a constant pitch and solved the problem. But I stand to be corrected.