120,000 fuel pump went out (typical)
156,000 TPS went out, hit a ditch broke ball joints, along with tie rods and sway bar.
159,000 drive-shaft pinion crushed.
209,000 tape player quit playing.
237,000 doors started to rust.
289,000 windshield washer fluid tank got a leak.
310,000 axle joints were bad.
357,000 blown intake gasket.
370,000 timing chain teeth finally gave.
376,000 my air freshener quit freshening.
This truck is by far the best I have ever had.
It has been a farm truck all of its life, pulling well over its max capacity.
All the problems I had were easily fixed by myself.
Even though it's a 318, it still runs with the big boys and even sometimes does truck pulls.
This truck is driven every day, usually highway if not pasture.
It's all stock, and the problems are minimal and small.
It's the Q/C SLT, and rides a little rough, but it's a nice rough.
I keep the maintenance up, and it averages around 21 HWY and 15 CTY (did I mention it's a 4x4)
In all I'll never own a new one because these older ones in my professional opinion are the best, way better than the competition (trust me I've owned all the comp.) it out pulls and runs cooler than the F-150, it does everything better than the Chevy 1500 except speed, and it's tougher than the Titan and Tundra. Mines been in every tough situation imaginable, even been flipped over.
Oh and not to mention, this is one hell of a body style.