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Old 08-26-2013, 08:23 AM
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2011 F350 76k miles, dealer says no warranty?

I know the bumper to bumper is 3/yr 36k right?

Engine is 5yr/100k, dealer says we'd need to pay $106/hr+ tax to have the computer checked to see which updates were performed?

Truck likely doesnt have the 400hp/800tq oem tune and has a DEF light error, even though tank is nearly or fully full.

Isn't the computer part of the engine/powertrain 100k warranty? its part of the system?
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Old 08-26-2013, 11:48 AM
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I was told the 100k mile warranty was for the engine only. No electronics. Only lubricated parts. That sold me on a supplemental 120k bumper to bumper and I never buy extended warranties. Good luck.


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Old 08-26-2013, 03:45 PM
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wow.. the 400 hp tune was FREE from Ford...
The DEF MIL should be covered by the supplemental federal mandated emissions warranty if not covered by the Ford 100K engine warranty...
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I think the emissions warranty is 5/50k.
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ask them if theres any outstanding recalls.
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you should be able to punch your serial number into FoMoCo and it will tell you what has/has not been one.
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I think the emissions warranty is 5/50k.
wow.. yeah.. just looked it up, thats kinda crappy!. Just looked at Ram website as I am thinking of buying a new one and its the same way. Back when all they had was a catalyst, nobody cared what the emissions warranty was, crap is getting serious now!
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For my 2012 F250 the warranty guide pdf says the emissions performance warranty coverage does include the diesel exhaust fluid system and applies to GVWR trucks 8500 to 19500 lbs. for 5 yrs. / 50,000 mi.

The drive train warranty is 5 years/60k according to the sticker.
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Generally, the power train only includes moving parts and any part with fluid in it.

Deer hunter who was the extended bump to bumper from and what does it cover?


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Generally, the power train only includes moving parts and any part with fluid in it.

Deer hunter who was the extended bump to bumper from and what does it cover?


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I bought it from the dealer when I bought the truck. I'm pretty sure it's a ford thing. It basically extends the 12 month/12,000 mile factory bumper to bumper out to 6year/120,000 miles. I paid $1700 for it. They tried to sell it to me for $3100 at first. I have a $50 deductible at any ford dealer and $0 deductible at the dealer I bought it from.


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