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Old 08-31-2005, 01:22 PM
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i have a 04 with a 6.0 it went in for the recall and now it stalls when it rains out and gets wet and ford had it twice and can't find nothing has anybody had this proublem
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havent heard of that!
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I would take it to back and tell them to fix it and to not call me till its done... but thats just me. What recall did you have done? Marc will chime in here soon and he might have the answer for you..
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I would take it to back and tell them to fix it and to not call me till its done... but thats just me. What recall did you have done? Marc will chime in here soon and he might have the answer for you..
I tried that method with mine for the same sort of thing, they told me not to bring it back no more. I did sneak in on them Monday with it though. Blown head gasket this time and just kind of parked it, tossed them the keys and left. I don't know if they'll fix it or not, I tried calling yesterday but the service manager wouldn't talk to me. They have been working on my truck since 8-29-2004 trying to fix a loss of power problem related to the EGR and Turbo system. They've yet to fix it, and I kinda showed myself last month when I took it in for the 15th time, picked it up, drove it out on the highway and found out real quick it still wasn't fixed.

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I tried that method with mine for the same sort of thing, they told me not to bring it back no more. I did sneak in on them Monday with it though. Blown head gasket this time and just kind of parked it, tossed them the keys and left. I don't know if they'll fix it or not, I tried calling yesterday but the service manager wouldn't talk to me. They have been working on my truck since 8-29-2004 trying to fix a loss of power problem related to the EGR and Turbo system. They've yet to fix it, and I kinda showed myself last month when I took it in for the 15th time, picked it up, drove it out on the highway and found out real quick it still wasn't fixed.

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Two words here "Lemon Law".
Google it. They must buy your truck back from you after the 5th or 6th attempt to fix it!!!!
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actually...

I googled it for you....here it is
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They don't appear to practice in Kentucky. I may have to check into the lawyer deal. I hate to, not a big fan of lawyers, but it may be the only alternative. The bad thing for me is the way I purchased it. I bought it that year that self employed folks were allowed to write off 100% of the cost of a 6000 lb or greater truck up front, sooo whatever I sell it for goes back into income and about 40% will be the property of Uncle Sam and the State. Someone bought a boat with the refund in 2004 and would likely have to borrow money between paying off the bank and government.

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