Ok so heres the deal. I took my truck in for it's 60,000 mile service, not a bad thing right? That's what I thought, until I got home and found my transmission leaking all over my driveway! I took it back and the dealership said they had "overfilled" it,,,,nice. Not a big deal, I understand mistakes happen, so I didn't think much about it. About a week later I go outside and notice some small oil spots on the ground. I take it in and come to find out the cam sensor was bad. Once again, no big deal, things go bad. About another week goes by and guess what, I go outside and same thing, oil on the ground. I take it in, this time the left glow plug was leaking. Even after all this I still wasn't upset, mainly because my engine is still under the 100k warranty and it's not costing me anything, not even the deductible (dealership is good like that). Anyway I go out yesterday and same thing,,,LEAKING all over! I take it back and said keep it until it's fixed! The shop forman and service manager both come out and looked at my truck, I guess they wanted to make sure I new what a leak looked like...lol Anyway I ask the shop forman "do diesels just leak" and he says, "well by the book I'm suppose to say no, but in reality they do?" He said all the big three have the same problem? What gives, does this sound right or is this guy full of you know what???
2012 F-350 SRW King Ranch
SOLD - 2004 Lariat F-250 4x4
6.5 Pro Comp Lift W/ Fox Shocks, DeeZee Tool Box, 08 Diff. Cover, 37x13.5/20's Pro Comps, Zoodad Mod, SCT w/custom tunes, 4 in EX., AFE Intake, ARP, Recon Lights, High Idle Mod, RCD EGR Delete, Fumoto Valve, Oil Bypass Kit, 03 Turbo, Yukon Gears, Farmboy Stage II Traction Bars, Dieselsite Coolant Kit, Amsoil, HIDS, Edge Insight CS, PHP FICM