Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Paramount, CA
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Of course hey may try to charge you but they shouldn't be allowed. It's a business of course and the point is to make money and not work for free or cheap. Warranty work pays close to half by comparison to customer pay, so they usually try to get you to pay. Say you brought it in for that and it's still there, what did they do? if the problem is still there.
2001 F250 SRW Reg cab, long bed, 80k miles.
Now with DP tuner, Airaid intake and 4" Magnaflow turbo back exhaust.
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