You’re really going to have to learn how to do this yourself or find a kind local friend that’s willing to help. With a good friend, good tools, and a good code reader, you’ll be able to search the forum for answers. If you don’t do the work yourself, these trucks can get expensive — quick. I couldn’t imagine owning my 2007 RRS if I didn’t do all the maintenance — I’d be car-poor. Mind you, the 2007 is way more reliable than the 2012.Thank you for your message. I’ve backed off of the cosmetic stuff for now. I just want to get her running like I know she can.
I get frustrated easily when I myself can’t fix something. I think that is my main issue - leaving it to someone else. It doesn’t help that I have a general mistrust of car dealers and mechanics.
I have researched some RR experts in my area (I’m in St Pete), but I also have an acquaintance that is a mechanic and learned recently that he is familiar with RRs, so it might be going to him after all.
Thanks again for the encouragement!
If available for your mileage and year, you can consider a third-party warranty if the the price is right. Some guys have noted some really expensive repairs that could come down the road — I wouldn’t want to own this truck without a warranty or the ability to do the repairs myself.
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