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Is that a serious question? It's against Federal law to remove the DPF so Ford will most certainly void your warranty, especially since you have to run aftermarket programming in order to delete it. If you want to try and maintain your warranty you should just get a delete pipe so you can put the DPF back on if you need to take it to Ford to have work done to it.
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Ford will probably void your engine warranty if you take it in with the delete on. Most guys put the dpf back on and reprogram when they go to the dealer. Recently someone here had their truck towed in for a brake issue and the dealer fixed it and said nothing about the delete that was on it. I wouldn't count on that though...

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I bought a new 2009 three months ago and had to sign an acknowledgement that if I made any mods to the drive train it would void the warranty. Had to sign so much stuff it was almost like buying a house. Love the truck!!!


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It all depends on the dealer. Some dont care, others frown on it.



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Yeah they will void your warranty if they want to. It depends on the dealer. I got lucky and bought my truck from a guy i went to school with and his dad owns the dealership. And they were cool with the programmer and the delete pipe.

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Yeah they will void your warranty if they want to. It depends on the dealer. I got lucky and bought my truck from a guy i went to school with and his dad owns the dealership. And they were cool with the programmer and the delete pipe.
Where do you live???

I knew I shoulda kept in touch with the guys from HS...LOL

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Is that a serious question? It's against Federal law to remove the DPF so Ford will most certainly void your warranty, especially since you have to run aftermarket programming in order to delete it. If you want to try and maintain your warranty you should just get a delete pipe so you can put the DPF back on if you need to take it to Ford to have work done to it.
I don't know if that was meant to be funny or not, but it had me ON THE GROUND LAUGHING!

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