Lone Mountain Truck Leasing Westville Indiana Review

Timeline of events ….. 5/12/15 – Started L/P of 2016 Coronado from Lone Mountain 5/29/15 – truck taken to Freightliner dealer due to water in fog light 5/31/15 – truck taken to freightliner for oil change. Also air leak in dash and front hub oilers overfilled from factory to the point that oil was coming out of the plugs. 6/15 – truck taken to freightliner shop for CEL/MIL lights for first time. Found LOW NOX EFF…. did park regen and replaced inlet NOX sensor 6/17/15 – truck taken to freightliner body shop due to hole in roof and water rushing in, causing about 4″ of water to fill the bed area. Truck was down for 2.5 weeks while they removed interior and resealed the cab. 7/14/15 – truck taken to freightliner for LOW NOX codes again. replaced both inlet and outlet sensors this time. 7/18/15 – truck taken to freightliner again for same LOW NOX codes. Detroit Diesel advises them to run log files and such for engineering. Advised that DD will have test fuel maps for truck next day. 7/20/15 – truck back at freightliner for fuel maps. Advised that DD never sent them and had to re-do the procedure again. truck down for 2 days. 7/21/15 – test fuel map finally installed 7/29/15- truck shuts down on side of road. has to be towed to freightliner. Same issue found again (LOW NOX CONV) and both sensors replaced once again. Truck down for 2 days 7/30/15- truck dropped off at Inland Power Group per request of Detroit Diesel reps for further testing on chassis dyno. Truck is not brought into the shop to be worked on till the following week. Ran on chassis dyno and log files sent again to DD. Replaced DEF nozzle

and updated the ACM software for system. truck released on 8/11/15 8/23/14- truck once again shuts down on side of road for same codes. Able to get going again and taken back to Inland Power group. Advised by Lone Mountain to contact Kurt @ Truck Centers of Omaha (selling dealer) who finally returns a call one week later. Advises to replace wiring harness on truck. inland Power also does more logs with DD engineering who states that they know what the problem is. DEF nozzle is flooding SCR box and they have to design a new shield of some kind. Engineering

design and release will take around a month

maybe longer. till then unit is down…. During this entire time

I have kept Lone Mountain (Melissa my account manager) up to date and provided them with copies of every repair order. Each time they ask me if I can make my payment even tho the truck is down. A supervisor is also brought into the mix who suggests “”can you maybe schedule you downtime

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