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Old 03-12-2019, 10:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I picked up my new Colorado d max 2.8 with 22 miles on it and set a P24b0 particulate sensor I believe low voltage. Is this a common problem I wasn’t aware off. Everyone tells me to get out of this truck or do I give the dealer a chance to fix it

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I would chalk it up to a faulty sensor and let the dealer handle it under warranty.

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**** happens. Even the best made trucks can have something go wrong. Just let the dealer fix it - that's why you paid the money to get a new truck.

Now, if you start having the same problem over and over - then start thinking you got a lemon. but for now, just let them fix it.
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Old 03-13-2019, 04:58 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Thanks for talking me off the fence. Dealer first told me they had to “cycle” the connector witch I didnt buy because I check to connections before I brought it back. They in turned replaced the sensor. Fingers crossed on my ride home
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Thanks for talking me off the fence. Dealer first told me they had to “cycle” the connector witch I didnt buy because I check to connections before I brought it back. They in turned replaced the sensor. Fingers crossed on my ride home
any update?

is it running good?
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