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Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Austin, TX
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That is absolutely a suspect diagnosis. With very few exceptions, only one thing will generally break at a time in anything. Sure, there can be cascading failures ... but I highly doubt that in this case. Take your truck back and flick them off. Tell them they could also make a profit by offering honest repair services to customers they intend to keep.
I had a Ford dealer diagnose a intermittent no-start and engine dying issue as a glow plug problem! (it turned out to be a bad performance chip that only worked sometime) They concluded that I should replace _every_ component of the glow plug system ... and said it was the reason why my truck might die without a struggle sometimes when first put into Drive ... and why it would sometimes not start at all (not start as in no injection, not struggling to start). I fixed the glow plug issue separately by ... get this ... replacing the Glow Plug Relay. And I fixed the no-start issue by removing the performance chip.
Dealers are getting more and more crooked everyday.
2002 F-250 Lariat Extended Cab Long Bed, 7.3L, Auto, 4x4
- 6" BDS Suspension lift (All spring)
- 315/75R16 BFG A/Ts
- DP-Tuner F6
- DIESELSITE CPR Fuel System
- Turbo-Master Wastegate Controller
- Donaldson AIS Intake w/ "Zoodad" and AIH Delete
- MBRP 4" T304 Exhaust
- Coolant filter, Evans NPG+ Coolant, 203* Thermostat and Billet Housing
- Factory Tech Valve Body
- ISSPRO Gauges (Boost, Pyro, Trans)