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post #11 of 16 Old 01-23-2013, 03:19 PM Thread Starter
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Well in the interest of my truck not catching fire, it's going to the dealer in the morning. It's got a 3k warranty for a bit longer so it should only be the 100$ deductible. I was just trying to avoid taking it back. Thanks for all the help. It's appreciated
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Re: Fuel leak on front of motor

Let us know what they say.

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apperently it was was the fpr. theyre calling in the morning to see if it is covered under warranty. that is the least of my worries now. according to the tech, my truck is "all tuned up". it has exhaust. that is all. theyre also claiming it has a new turbo, which im guessing is due to the straight pipe. if it is tuned, they sold it to me with the tune on it, which i had suspected when i bought it, but figured they would have reflashed it before selling it and not having driven a 6.0 in a while, i thought it was stock. what is their logic in believing i bought an extended warranty and then tuned the damn thing and brought it back WITH THE TUNE ON IT?! they say the tune is "new". how the hell can they tell? cant they just look at the computer and see its stock? if it is tuned is there any way they can tell when it was tuned. any advise would be awesome. i owned a new 6.0 in 2005 but its been a while. im beginning to wonder why i wanted to try ford again.
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Re: Fuel leak on front of motor

They sound like idiots. Fwiw, a blue spring update is $50+, and takes maybe 30 min at most to install.

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Thanks. I've been looking at them but wasn't 100% on the problem. I'm ordering one when I figure out what's going in with the dealer.
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