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It doesn't matter if you bought your truck from a dealer in Alaska, a dealer in Florida will honor warranty work. And as for warranty issues its not up to them to make excuses why not to fix. If it is broken and under warranty part then they must service it under warranty. Even if you have after market add ons there is something called the Magnuson–Moss Warranty Act (P.L. 93-637) it is a United States federal law, (15 U.S.C. § 2301 et seq.) Look it up. When you have a warranty the dealer is your ***** not the other way around. You just need to go in there educated because some shady dealers like to try to bounce warranty work for you to pay out of your pocket. That's why I say take it to a dealer that actually wants your business. Especially small ones they are awesome to work with, seems you get more quality service as well. I bought my truck used and not from a Ford dealer at all. And in travels I had warranty work done at many different dealers. With and 8in lift 37's and a lot of aftermarket parts.
~1973 F250 Highboy
~2003 F350 Super Duty XLT FX4 6.0 Powerstroke
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