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Chiefwahoo

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Hi all, been a EcoDiesel owner for about a month, 1st diesel truck I have owned. I had planned on purchasing a 2019 Laramie Hemi, but my local dealer made me a great deal on a 2018 Laramie ecodiesel!
 

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Welcome @Chiefwahoo !

Glad to have you here. Diesels are fun.. just take care of it and it should take care of you. Start reading around on the forums here, plenty of info to go around!
 

Chiefwahoo

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Anything special I need to do other than timely maintainence? My daily commute consists of 8 miles one way 4 times daily plus usually 150 or 200 miles on weekend, idle? Don’t idle?
 

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Anything special I need to do other than timely maintainence? My daily commute consists of 8 miles one way 4 times daily plus usually 150 or 200 miles on weekend, idle? Don’t idle?
Just drive enough interstate (IE over ~50 MPH) for a decent distance to allow the truck to regen properly would be the only catch if you're use to a gas engine.