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Performance of 100,000 miles

Has any one run their 2007 Tahoe over 100,000 miles yet, if so have you had any problems.

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  • markbrownton Oct 27, 2008

    Thanks alot that is great.




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We have one salesman that we service his tahoe
we did install new brakes and a fuel filter along with all the oil changes and tires.
we did have one scare was he had a auto start installed and the truck had to towed in here but the place that installed the auto start caused the problem.
the last oil change we did was at 122000 miles

im sure he will run it to 250000 or 300000 miles

Posted on Oct 27, 2008


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