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- Sep 17, 2022
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Its because these forums have people running around in circles screaming about an issue that has a low failure rate so people get worried.No sir. I’m arguing that the DFM *system* is complex and accordingly more vulnerable to manufacturing defects, demands more from the collapsible lifters than the previous AFM system due to how frequently it engages and disengages, and that it’s proving problematic enough as a system for enough people, to be a valid reason for me to avoid buying a DFM equipped truck until they sort it out. And that people are justified in being upset about it and in feeling unable to trust their vehicles.
If it was a problem there would be a recall for it. Simple as that.
Until then people that don't have these trucks keep saying it's an issue. And the circle continues. Hopefully people can read between the lines.