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$1,000 - NOX trap & module ?

2011 F250 with 54k miles on it. Check engine light came on, took it in, and dealer is saying "nox trap and module" needs to be replaced and quoted me a cost of around $1,000. Total BS I have to spend that on a truck with so few miles on it.

1) Yes I did a search on the forum but couldn't find anything about price.
2) Does this sound like a normal price for such a thing?
3) Do you think I could get this done at a diesel shop somewhere for cheaper?

Thank you for any help you can provide.
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Sounds like your "Module" should be covered by the warranty

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EMISSIONS DEFECT WARRANTY COVERAGE
During the warranty coverage period, Ford Motor Company warrants
that:
your vehicle or engine is designed, built, and equipped to meet - at
the time it is sold - the emissions regulations of the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
your vehicle or engine is free from emission-related defects in
factory-supplied materials or workmanship, which are defects that
could prevent the vehicle or engine from conforming with applicable
EPA regulations.
you will not be charged for diagnosis, repair, replacement, or
adjustment of parts containing an emissions-related defect. Applicable
parts are listed under What is Covered? on pages 20-21.
The warranty coverage period for:
Passenger cars, light duty trucks (applies to vehicles up to 8,500
pounds GVWR)
8 years or 80,000 miles (whichever occurs first) for catalytic
converters, electronic engine control unit (ECU), transmission control
module (TCM), and any other onboard emissions diagnostic module.
3 years or 36,000 miles (whichever occurs first) for all other
covered parts.
Heavy duty vehicles (applies to trucks over 8,500 pounds GVWR up to
19,500 pounds GVWR)
5 years or 50,000 miles (whichever occurs first) for all covered
parts.
See WHAT IS COVERED for list of covered parts.
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Link to complete 2011 Warranty Guide Here
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Interesting, and I agree but the dealership said Ford no longer covers it unless it's within the bumper to bumper warranty range.

As far as replacement and repair goes, does anyone know if $900-$1,000 is normal for this?
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How much is labor and how much is parts?
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I'm out of town and don't have a break down but from what he said over the phone it was about half and half I think.
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sounds like it's the urea tank/module

Where are you located? I have one sitting in storage
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Im a ford tech and just replaced that on a truck with 45k miles... it is covered under emission defect warranty for 5yr 100k miles. That dealer is lying or too lazy to look it up on oasis...

Bumber to bumper coverage ends at 36k... and the truck I worked on did not have ESP coverage....
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unfortunately dealers are more interested in making $$$ out of your checkbook vs the discounted rate Ford pays them for warranty work.
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Im a ford tech and just replaced that on a truck with 45k miles... it is covered under emission defect warranty for 5yr 100k miles. That dealer is lying or too lazy to look it up on oasis...

Bumber to bumper coverage ends at 36k... and the truck I worked on did not have ESP coverage....

Are you serious? I had him check, and double check, and talk with a manager to see if this was covered. He said it kept coming up as not covered.

Looking at the receipt they installed:

BC3Z 5K202 D: Nox Module - $178
BC3Z 9D378 G: Sensor - Nox Trap Temp - $231
Labor - $79
Labor - $480

Are you sure these are supposed to be covered? And if so what do you think I should do about it now?

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I could be wrong but I don't think it's covered... The person above highlighted the wrong category for your truck and I'm pretty sure you'll fall under heavy duty vehicles.

Heavy duty vehicles (applies to trucks over 8,500 pounds GVWR up to 19,500 pounds GVWR)

- 5 years or 50,000 miles (whichever occurs first) for all covered



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