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    SoCAPS Member King Ranch's Avatar
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    Kudos for Domestic Diesel

    Today I took my truck to Domestic Diesel for coolant flush and fuel filters change. I had a very positive experience. John even checked to see what may need replacing before my warranty expires. They have earned a thumbs up from me.
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    Super!!
    Always nice to get positive feedback on our sponsors!!


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    Awesome, Always nice to know good things about our sponsors!

    Anyone asks for a recommendation I will send him to Domestic Diesels!

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    I bought Chevron Delo several months ago but never got around to doing the flush and change because it is a lot of work and hassle since I live in a condo. Another potential problem I've read about is the potential to loosen up the crap in the cooling system and possibly clog my oil cooler during the flushing process. Am I worrying too much? I'm tempted to go to Domestic Diesel but this issue concerns me. Thanks. My truck has 48,000 miles.

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    I dont recommend to flush it with anything other than vc9 and refill with vc7. If you want we can road test and moniter oil and coolant temps to check for oil cooler resriction. Stop by or give me a call.

    Thanks
    John Ferguson

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