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Technical service bulletin# 22-005-06 has to do with suspension issues, It was referred to the death wobble. The fix: Modify or upgrade to the 2009 front suspension.

If you have a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) It's known to have some regeneration issues and cause the check engine light.

The O2 sensor has caused some grief with the check engine light.

I'm sure the other owner had all issues dealt with, or the dealer might have had them looked over before it was ready for sale.

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That should be a good start for you. Other then that if all things have been looked after your good. Once all the bugs are worked out it's a very reliable stout truck. It's just to bad that a Cummins is in a Ram platform that deteriorates in 10 years.:naughty:
 
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